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Solunt

Published by Jan Migenda — one month ago

Blog: Super Sicily
Tags: Erasmus blog Italy, Italy, Italy

Solunt

Solunt was our next stop, a former Phoenician-Greek city: The place was up high, and a small peninsula with a cross made for a nice shot.

Solunt

The ancient city ruins comprised apartments and a cistern (see below).

Solunt

The cistern was huge, which was necessary for a town in dry areas and in war times.

Solunt

Temples and towers also played a part in the city.

Solunt

Near the ancient site, a modern village had been founded.

Solunt

The small forest nearby hid some ancient walls ... it was like a secret world!

This post will have a second part, stay tuned!


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