Archaeological sites of the Greek Time

Browse the map below to view all the archaeological sites and parks of Italy dated back to Ancient Greeks period. As you can see, they are to be found mostly in Southern Italy, which at the time used to be called Magna Grecia. The wonderful Greek temples of Paestum or Agrigento are a heritage that the whole world envies us.

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Archaeological site of Morgantina has a significant role in archaeology. It displays a native settlement, then hellenized, which became of great importance for trading at the time. It was located in mainland on an imaginary line connecting the northern coast and the southern coast of the island.…

Naxos is the most ancient Greek colony in Sicily and it’s set in a wonderful scenario, with the perfume of citrus groves (that are the gardens that give the name to the contemporary city), the mouth of river Acalantra, the sea view on the promontory of Taormina, and the Etna in the background.…

Archaeological park of Sybaris contains the remains of one of the most wealthy and important cities of Magna Graecia. It was the core of the ancient civilization of Oenotrians, developed over Iron Age, before Greeks came.…
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