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Stop At: Calvary Chapel Siracusa, Syracuse, Province of Syracuse, Italy
Located near the Southeastern corner of Sicily on the Ionian coast, Syracuse is built on an ancient Greek settlement founded by Corinthians in 734 BC. Syracuse was the city of Archimedes, Pindar and Aeschylus, whose plays are still performed in the huge amphitheater. Syracuse has a large Greek amphitheater (literally carved out of the rock) and also a Roman one, both well preserved. Syracuse is the city of Italy that preserves more Greek history, its own name already transports you to the ancient Greek Empire.
Syracuse's older residential quarter is an island, Ortigia, from the Greek quail, probably named for that bird's abundance in this area. Ortigia is connected with the island of Sicily through two short bridges and is known for, among many other things, the freshwater Spring of Arethusa.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Noto Antica, Strada Provinciale 64 Monte Alveria, 96017, Noto, Sicily Italy
This small town in the south-east was founded again in the 1700s. The Sicilian Baroque starting point for the valley. Its cathedral, also perfectly raised and rebuilt again after 10 years of difficult work, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Caltagirone, 98057 Milazzo, Province of Messina, Italy
The people of Caltagirone produced pottery already ten centuries before Christ. Under the Arab rule the town took the name of Qal ‘at al Gharùn meaning“ Fortress of Jars ”with reference to the processing of clay.
The local artisans were the most important ceramics producers of the Island. The local artisans had the most important ceramics producers of the Island. The pottery decorums seem to be inspired by the splendid art of weaving and the Sicilian embroidery.
Duration: 2 hours