WRITTEN by GUEST BLOGGER, Danielle Oteri of Feast on History | Create your own ritual when you walk through these columns on our second day of Southern Secrets: Campania and Sicily’s Hidden Corners (June 29 – July 8, 2018). Built for what was then the Greek city of Poseidonia, this site became known as Paestum when the temples were used by the Romans. The temple complex was abandoned during the Middle Ages when the local population fled to the surrounding hills. Today, the archaeological park and museum at Paestum are one of Italy’s most important historical sites, yet, not too many people make it this far south. But you will!
Go off the beaten path this summer with Allison of Experience Sicily and Danielle of Feast on History at https://experiencesicily.com/southern-secrets/
We’ll show you the way!
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