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Castello Ursino, also known as Castello Svevo di Catania, is a castle in Catania. It was built in the 13th century as a royal castle of the Kingdom of Sicily, and is mostly known for its role in the Sicilian Vespers, when it became the seat of the Sicilian Parliament. The castle is in good condition…
One of the few buildings which survived after the eruption of Etna of 1669 and the earthquake of 1693. It's a medieval Castle built during the reign of Federico di Svevia. Nowadays it hosts the civic museum as well as interesting temporary art exhibitions.
Among the countless attractions of Catania it is also worth visiting the Ursino Castle, built at the behest of Federico II between 1239 and 1250. The project was created by the architect Riccardo da Lentini who conceived it as a symbol of imperial authority and power . When, in the sixteenth…
Pinacoteca, resti archeologici e mostre temporanee in un contesto particolarmente suggestivo. Pinacoteca, archaeological remains and temporary exhibitions in a particularly suggestive context.
After visiting the Castello Ursino you will have the opportunity to eat in one of the many restaurants of Sicilian cuisine that are there.
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“The style of the Catania theater is inspired by the French eclecticism of the second empire imposed on Paris by Charles Garnier with the Paris Opera. The façade of the Bellini Theater is full of ornaments and allegories. The theater has a 105-piece orchestra and an 84-piece choir. The tenor Beniamino Gigli proclaimed it the best theater room in the world for acoustics. (15 min walking)”
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“The Monastery of San Nicolò l'Arena in Catania, Sicily is a former Benedictine monastery, located in Piazza Dante in the city of Catania. After the Mafra, this abbey is the second largest Benedictine monastery in Europe. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (1 min walking)”
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“One of the most beautiful and fascinating streets of Catania. Breathtaking churches”
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“The Roman amphitheater of Catania, of which only a small section is visible in the western part of Piazza Stesicoro, is an imposing structure built in the Roman imperial era, probably in the second century, on the northern edge of the ancient city, close to the Montevergine hill which it housed the main nucleus of the town. The area where it stands, now part of the historic center of the city, was once used as a necropolis. It is part of the Greek-Roman archaeological park of Catania. (15 min walking)”
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“Catania Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Agatha, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Catania. It was the seat of the Bishops of Catania until 1859, when the diocese was elevated to an archdiocese, and since then has been the seat of the Archbishops of Catania. (10 min walking)”
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