11.04.2011 - 10.04.2012
Massafra (Taranto), from April 11th , 2011 to April 10th , 2012 - During the Week of Culture, an exhibition of materials documenting the funeral ritual...
During the Week of Culture, an exhibition of different materials will be held in Massafra (Taranto), documenting the funeral ritual adopted by the people who lived in a Greek settlement, just a few miles away from the Greek polis of Taranto. The settlement was active between the sixth and third century, B.C. and subject of a campaign of excavations in the years 1980-1981, carried out by the regional board of the ministry of cultural heritage and environmental conservation. An important and relevant group of votive terra-cotta, among which prevails the type of the reclining deceased, complements the exhibition.
Telephone: (0039) 099.8805939
from Monday to Friday, from 9 AM to1 PM, and from 3.30 to 6.30 PM;
from June 16th to September 16th visiting hours will be from 9 AM to1 PM.
The Palermo Province stretches out in the northern part of Sicily looking out over the Tyrrhenian sea, with a tract of splendid coast opening out into the Carini Gulf , Palermo and Termini Imerese . The seafront is fascinating for its fantastic ...
The capital of Apulia and an important touristic destination and commercial harbor, Bari lies on a fertile coastal plain facing the Adriatic Sea. The landscape of ...
Barletta-Andria-Trani is a newly established province in Apulia , located between the Gulf of Manfredonia and the Territory of Bari. Barletta and Trani face the limpid waters ...
The coast of Taranto in