系统错误提示In the evening, I did a cable car from the town to the beach to see Bella Island. It is a protected island that will not let visitors approach it. The island cannot be reached on foot. Although it is really possible to go on foot, the sun is not very light in the evening. Good, and it will be colder and windy
大姐小露開心果April 9th Square
It is a square with a typical Sicilian style
Unique black and white floor tiles
Is the most beautiful letter film
The blue Ionian Sea can be seen in the distance
And the misty Mount Etna
The other side of the square
St. Augustine's church in the pre-Gothic style
And the 17th century St. Joseph's Church
The square can lead to Taormina’s oldest bell tower~
大姐小露開心果Built in the 3rd century BC, this U-shaped theatre is built at the foot of the staunch Taormina Hill with its sea-less oysters overlooking the coastline and seeing the Etna Volcano inhales and spit 10€ language guide 5€ follow instructions to listen to each sign before the front walls of the theatre have already blemished The semicircular brick walls at the back are still full of stone steps, with long wooden seats and the front row seats with more comfortable seats because the front of the big concert theater is full of spotlights, and the audio tourists are not able to appreciate the stage with a sense of vicissitudes. Around the rear brick wall is the viewing platform, the sea and the sky are beautiful, the unique location of the top of the mountain of the Taormina Open-air Theatre becomes the most distinctive Greek theater in the world ～
沈福成Taormina’s Civic Park is also a must-visit place recommended by the younger brother of the B&B. Here you can see Taormina’s coastline, which stretches endlessly, and there are active volcanoes in the distance. There are also large ones in the park. The cactus is really long and dense, there are some flowers here
elsashen0529The Italian corso should mean a street. Taormina’s main road is quite long, linking the two city gates. Most of the attractions are near the main road. The most famous one here is the April 9th Square. Except for the main road, which is straight, the streets are winding upwards
沈福成The centaur fountain in Taormina's April 9th square. There is a centaur on the top of the fountain. The sculpture fountain feels more restrained and not very extravagant. There are restaurants and churches around, and the scenery is good.
Isola Bella is one of the Borromean Islands, about 400 metres off Stresa, and can be reached in a few minutes from Verbania, Baveno, Stresa and Arona.
The island is a natural treasure made even richer by human intervention; it has always been one of the favourite visitor attractions of Lake Maggiore, not to be missed if you want unparalleled views of the lake and its surroundings. Isola Bella is dominated by its sumptuous Baroque palace, along with a luxuriant Italian-style garden, which reaches a height of 37 metres and is laid out on ten terraces. Many parts of the palace are open to visitors: richly furnished rooms and opulent salons embellished with priceless artworks.
The garden is full of flowers and exotic plants of great rarity, which grow thanks to the particularly mild climate of the Borromean Gulf. Everything on the island has been designed to create a scenic effect, including the “Theatre” constructed at the end of the superimposed terraces, dominated by a statue of a Unicorn, the heraldic emblem of the Borromeos, which is flanked by statues representing Nature and Art. The huge, extraordinary garden is further decorated with ponds, fountains and a plethora of statues dating from the second half of the 17th century. The white peacocks that wander over the manicured lawns add their grace to this enchanting spot.
Adjacent to the palace and the gardens is part of the village which used to occupy the island, with some restaurants and souvenir shops.
The ancient theatre is without question the most important feature for sight-seers in Taormina, also because for its very fortunate natural setting, with splendid view toward the Calabrian coast, the Ionian coast of Sicily and the spectacular cone of Etna.
The construction of the amphitheater starts probably by the Greeks around the third century. BC, at the time of Hiero II.
To allow the construction was necessary to remove manually from the mountain over 100,000 cubic meters of rock.
The plant was later renovated and expanded by the Romans, who inserted columns, statues and ingenious covers.
The Greek theatre of Taormina, who was born to accommodate dramatic performances or musical, it was transformed during the Roman times to make room for games and gladiatorial battles. This involved the expansion of the orchestra, which in Greek times was destined to the musicians, in order to be adapted to the new function arena.
The scene is the most important part that remains of the theater and preserves in part its original form. But nothing remains of his ornaments and columns. According to many scholars, the first order was made up of nine columns arranged in groups of three, while the second was formed by sixteen columns lowest equidistant. It is said that these columns arrived by sea to Villagonia, were then attached with ropes and pulled by hordes of slaves to the Theatre. During the Middle Ages most of these columns were removed to build palaces and embellish places of worship, including the Cathedral. The scene is obviously where the actors used to perform.
The small town of #taormina is located on the island of #sicily in southern #italy and is among the top attractions of the island. It offers narrow streets, wide square and beautiful sea view. Note that reaching it by car is a bit difficult and also it is hard to find available parking space. Anyway the town worth the time I spent in searching for a parking place.
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The big attraction of travel is unpredictability, climate, traffic, and even strikes and disasters. There are always variables outside, except for RP. By coincidence, there will be endless fun.
When I arrived in Sicily at the beginning of this year, the G7 summit just closed. We almost enjoyed a beautiful, comfortable, refreshing and safe fantasy dream of "the summit level".
French writer Maupassan said
Taormina is the English name of Taormina. It is located in the province of Messina and has a population of only 10,000. It is a veritable seaside town.
Taormina faces the Adriatic Sea, on the eastern shore of Sicily, and is now a resort on Sicily. It is uniquely situated on the coast and overlooks Italy's largest and most dangerous dimension. Solvay Volcano.
Taormina is famous because the famous French writer Maupassan once said: "If someone can only stay in Sicily for a day, he asks, where should I go to visit? I will answer him without hesitation. Taormina. This small village is just a small landscape, but everything in it can make your vision, spirit and imagination indulge and enjoy it.
Taormina's famous landscape: Ancient Greek theater Teatro Greco is also one of the must-see attractions to come here. It is said that in Taormina, a variety of colorful festivals, festivals and film festivals are held every year.