From 30 May the Archaeological Park of Segesta in Sicily reopens
Sicily, a crossroads of cultures in the heart of the Mediterranean.
The tears that the consul Marcellus seem to have shed, finally conquering Syracuse in 212 BC, during the Second Punic War, are famous, such were the beauty and richness of the treasures of the newly fallen city.
Timetables and tickets on https://www.parcodisegesta.com/home/notizie-eventi/notizie/2020/06/Riapertura.html
The inimitable charm of Segesta is all in its Doric temple, one of the most precious and best preserved of antiquity, and in its theater set between soft slopes dominating a splendid landscape that stretches to the sea, where you can watch theatrical performances at the dawn of the new day.
Cover of the book Sicilia Antica - Ancient Sicily - Guida archeologica a 40 parchi, siti e musei da non perdere - see https://www.simebooks.com/collections/arte-fotografia/products/sicilia-antica-ancient-sicily