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Today we take a trip to the Sicilian mountaintop town of Taormina, which contains one of the most famous attractions in Sicily: the Teatro Greco. It was constructed by the Greeks in 300 BC and has been remodeled numerous times since. It sits very high in the city, providing unprecedented views of Mount Etna, Sicily’s active volcano, and the beautiful Sicilian Coast to the north and south. During Greek times, the Theater was host to numerous plays and performances, but shifted towards more violent shows when the Romans took rule, housing gladiator matches. The Theater has always been a lively, exciting place throughout history, and still hosts concerts, plays, and other artistic performances during the year.
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