Sing Out at Segesta’s Theater 


The amphitheater at Segesta sits on top of Monte Bàrbaro at an elevation of 400 meters above sea level, facing North and therefore, the sea. It dates to the middle of the 3rd century B.C. Excavations of the area are taking place sporadically. Some have revealed the existence of structures dating back to the 9th century B.C. 

During summer months, theater is performed in the amphitheater, which boasts fantastic acoustics–proven by me, pictured. I love to sing to the tourists visiting! 

(Photo by Vincent Titone)

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