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But in our own way, here in Marzamemi each one of us is an overachiever. Many of us spend our free weekend day travelling to other notable towns of Southern Sicily. In the mornings we rise just as early as the workweek to hitch a ride to Pachino and catch the first bus out of our little corner of Sicily to tourist destinations across the island. Outside Marzamemi, our group of students became pretty unwieldy, each of us with our own values and interests.
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That would be enough to imply the magnificence of this city, founded in BC, and a reason to visit it. The capital of Sicily for around a thousand years, Syracuse today has magnificent testimony to its glorious past. Ortigia is a small island of incomparable beauty, linked to Syracuse by a bridge. Here, history is in every corner. Just after entering, there are ruins of an ancient gate and alongside, the doric Temple to Apollo photo of the 6th century BC. It measures Remaining also are a few capitals and columns.
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Syracuse, the splendor of Magna Graecia

Last week, we launched Ars Premier 2. We're excited to announce our first insider-only feature: a live, moderated webchat with long-time Ars contributor and Mac OS X reviewer John Siracusa. John will be answering premier subscribers' questions on all things Apple and Mac OS X during that time. All you need is a Web browser for this and all of our other Moderated Live Discussions.
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Ortygia , the original settlement and historic center of the city, is currently the most fascinating and evocative part of Syracuse , to which it is connected by three bridges. Since the most ancient times, the island was considered a suitable place for settlements being rich in springs, such as the Fountain of Arethusa. A spontaneous papyrus, the only one in Europe, grows in this fountain located a few meters from the sea as it does along Fiumefreddo River. The first settlements date back to the Bronze Age, but it was during the Greek era that the island became the religious and political center of the ancient city of Syracuse with the construction of numerous temples. The Temple of Apollo, the only Doric temple in Sicily, dating back to the early sixth century BC, stands out among the major monuments of the Greek era.
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