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The Greek Theatre in Taormina


Here's a photo that we took in Taormina of the so-called Greek Theatre or Teatro Greco. So-called because it dates from Roman times, but like many things in Sicily it was probably built upon the foundations of an earlier Greek structure. I dug this photo up out of the archives, so to speak, since it's from our trip to Sicily in 2003. It's nice to look back at photos from old trips and remember those impossibly blue skies and beautiful views... and to dream of going there again someday.

Comments (4)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Krista, that's a beautiful photo! And thank you for the information on this incredible Theatre. I would love to someday visit Taormina.

Have a great weekend!

Beautiful photo! I was there in 2002. I loved Taormina and the Greek Theatre. I also dream of going there again some day :)


Love it! Sicily is on my list of places to go.

Barb Cabot:

Love the photo. I have not been there but have it on my list.

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