Si Trova: a Gela
Lat: 37° 3' 43.51739" N - Long: 14° 15' 21.05898" E
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In this area a Greek settlement was discovered with structures in exceptional state of conservation.
They are environments with a rectangular plan, an extraordinary example of architecture with brick walls dried in the sun.
The walls of this emporium, which was frequented from the beginning of the sixth to the fifth century BC, reach a height of about two meters, thanks to the rapid cover-up that was had after a sudden abandonment of the ancient city, perhaps due to an earthquake.
Some of these walls still retain the laying line of the roof beams and the plaster that covered them.
What happened in Sicily: 3 December
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The lighthouse of Tirrenian sea
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