Temple of Concord, Sicily (440 BC-430 BC). (Valley of the Temples: Vaddi di li Tempri) Archaeological site in Agrigento, Sicily, an example of Greek architecture and art and a main Sicilian attraction (UNESCO Heritage Site)

Temple of Concord, Agrigento - Sicily . the most intact . The Valle dei Templi is an archaeological site in Agrigento (ancient Greek Akragas), Sicily, southern Italy. The area was included in the UNESCO Heritage Site list in

Valle dei Templi: Agrigento, Sicilia Italia

Valle dei Templi , Agrigento - Sicily has more greek temples still standing than anywhere else~Wow I remember it when it was a few pillars! First time there

Castello di Donnafugata, Ragusa, Sicily

Castle of Donnafugata, Ragusa, Sicily

Centuripe vase, 3rd–2nd century b.c. Greek, Sicilian, Centuripe Terracotta

Centuripe vase, century B. Greek, Sicilian, Centuripe Terracotta H.

Orecchio di Dionisio

Orecchio di Dionisio

Drachm from Zankle-Messana, Sicily c. 525–494/3 BC. Obverse: Dolphin leaping to left, within a sickle-shaped harbor, surrounded by dots. Inscription in Greek.

Drachm from Zankle-Messana, Sicily c. BC Obverse: Dolphin leaping to left, within a sickle-shaped harbor, surrounded by dots. Inscription in Greek. Reverse: Scallop shell in the middle of an incuse pattern of raised and sunk squares and.

Promontorio di Agrigento, Sicilia

Vista dal Promontorio by iPatton - Lampedusa Island, Italy

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