“The most remarkable monument remaining at Taormina is the ancient theatre (the teatro greco, or “Greek theatre”), which is one of the most celebrated ruins in Sicily, on account both of its remarkable preservation and of the surpassing beauty of its situation. It is built for the most part of brick, and is therefore probably of Roman date, though the plan and arrangement are in accordance with those of Greek, rather than Roman, theatres; whence it is supposed that the present structure was rebuilt upon the foundations of an older theatre of the Greek period.”
CREDITS: All photos taken by me.
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