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Duomo di Siracusa

Piazza Duomo | Ortigia, 96100, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
+39 389 550 3267
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  • Average3%
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“greek temple” (193 reviews)
“doric columns” (60 reviews)
“ancient temple” (31 reviews)
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Piazza Duomo | Ortigia, 96100, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The Cathedral, is an ancient a Greek temple, that was in 2005 designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Known as the Temple of Athena, it was built in the 5th century BC. The present Cathedral, was constructed by Saint Bishop Zosimo of Siracusa in the...More

Thank veegee123
Reviewed 6 days ago

Each duomo in Italy must have a competition to outdo each other, this duomo in Siracusa just amazed us in it simple form unlike others that are too much for the eyes. The beauty is unstated which makes this church very peaceful both on the...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nothing special regarding the duomo, if you are used to see Italy in general, and Rome in a special place.

Thank Elena P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This duomo is unique as it was built into an ancient greek temple, the original temple columns are visible both inside and outside the building and are well preserved, I have seen nothing else quite like it

Thank cowenevett
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a lovely church. When we visited I think there was supposed to be a small charge but no one took our money. Lots to see inside, one never tires of the artistic notes in European churches.

Thank Kathie D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This cathedral was originally a pagan temple dedicated to Athena. When Christianity won out, they took over the standing temple and then incorporated it fully into a major church - the Cathedral one sees today - with the Temple of Athena fullly visible, incorporated, and...More

Thank stephrab
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Main church located in downtown Ortigia section of Siracusa. Most incredible church - do not miss - especially for those who love the history and art found in Italian Churches. Stunning!

Thank fencingdad
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great old church, loved the Lucia Chapel associated with it. Lovely piazza associated with the Duomo.

Thank jorgensentraveler
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Duomo is a magnificent and imposing building amongst other like buildings around the Piazza, and well worth a visit during your time in Syracuse.

Thank CallumJohnB
Reviewed 4 December 2017

What a fascinating place! Built round a 5th century BC Greek temple with Byzantine, Arab, Norman and Baroque additions there's an powerful sense of history.

Thank walkingphil
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