“Want to learn more about ancient Greece?” “Come to Sicily!” This 60s slogan explains Sicily’s richness of Greek monuments.
You will get a good idea of the meaning of it by taking a trip from Segesta to the Valley of the Temples via the Cave of Cusa or Selinunte.
First, we see the temple. The ancient city was located on the plateau between the two mountain peaks in the V-IV Century BC. Today, we can still see the Theater, the Sanctuary of the Mango, and the Temple.
The Doric Temple is a stunning structure that commands admiration from the surrounding. The temple’s remarkable artistic and stylistic qualities can be dated to the third decade of the V century, roughly between 430 and 405 BC.
Learn more about the Segesta Temple at izi.