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The doric columns are all that are left of the supposed Temple of Poseidon. The columns had been incorporated into a church and dwelling and only when these were torn down that the size of the columns were discovered. There are also the remains of...More
This is a sight that you look at for a few minutes, so you can't say that it's superior or a must-see. But how many cities have remains of a large Doric temple of the 6th century BCE?? The remains are near the water's edge,...More
The old town of Taranto is full of wonders that few know, because there is no real organization to show them and to advertise them properly. But they are wonderful. It's worth a walk, a coffe, a lunch in some restaurant nearby and give a...More
Have to admit I was expecting more! On the plus side, gives a bit of character and it's nice to see they've protected what they have. You also don't have to make a special trip to see them - they are opposite the castle and...More
With only 2 column left to see this is an attraction that gives your a glimpse into the history of the city. Unfortunately like many things here not very well kept. Restricted area but overgrown and unkept. Easy to access and no cost to see.
The Temple of Poseidon is the oldest Greek Temple in Magna Grecia outside Greece. It's dated to the 6th century b.c. There's not much left of it, only two columns standing and access is restricted but it can be seen and photographed thru the fence...More
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Hello! It's very possible that you heard the chimes of the many churches that surround the hotel you stayed in. Bells always chime just minutes before every mass; moreover, in the piazza where Albergo del Sole is, there's a... More
Hello! It's very possible that you heard the chimes of the many churches that surround the hotel you stayed in. Bells always chime just minutes before every mass; moreover, in the piazza where Albergo del Sole is, there's a Clock Tower (XVII century) with bells chiming about every hour. If you need free directions, information, advice, and itineraries check my completely free website Visit Taranto
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