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The National Museum of Locri   Details
Established in 1998, the National Museum of Locri is located near the archaeological area. The layout follows a topographical, with areas dedicated to the urban area, the cemeteries and extra-urban sanctuaries
Locri (RC)

Temple of Athena   Details
On the slopes of Mannella, within the walls of Locri, on the side opposite that on which stands the sanctuary of Persephone, was a small Doric temple dating from the fifth century BC, probably dedicated to the goddess Athena
Locri (RC)

Archaeological Sites   Details
Several archaeological sites that show a very old acquaintance of the territory geracese. Were found prehistoric villages and cemeteries, which have yielded remains of great interest, now kept in museums in Locri and Reggio
Gerace (RC)

castle   Details
Built on a rock in existence, then restored and fortified by the Normans, the castle of Gerace, the picturesque ruins of which remain, also conserves an imposing cylindrical tower, the defensive features of Norman
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Convent of SS. Apostles   Details
To direct "dependencies" of the Charterhouse of Serra San Bruno, the monastery of SS. Apostles administered on behalf of the same Certosa, the vast lands that it owned. You can admire the imposing ruins of the Convent at about 2 km. from Bivongi
Bivongi (RC)

Tower Castellace   Details
Castellace on the hill, overlooking the coast between Cape Bruzzano of Roccella and the rock along the walls of Locri stood a great tower of which the ruins that remain. To it were joined, then a smaller tower
Portigliola (RC)

"Mill furnu do" and ironworks Fieramosca (then tannery)   Details
The mill known as "do Furnu" represents, with the nearby Ferriera Fieramosca, then become a tannery, one of the most interesting examples of industrial archeology of the area.
Bivongi (RC)

Wall of Locri Epizeferi   Details
The walls of Locri, which covers about 7.5 km, experienced different phases of construction. Established with the sole function of delimiting the urban area, since the third century BC was later reinforced for increased defense needs
Locri (RC)

Shrine Grotto of the Nymphs or caruso   Details
Sanctuary Cave Caruso also known as Cave of the Nymphs is located in a cave outside the walls of Locri. Already active in the sixth century BC, the sanctuary was an example of how the ancients saw in the natural resources vital to the survival of the comm
Locri (RC)

Stoa to u   Details
Near Centocamere have found the remains of a unique building called "stoa to u, which is difficult comparisons in the greek world, even for the large (55x66) and for the design project.
Locri (RC)

The Sanctuary of Demeter   Details
In the district has found a Parapezza Tesmophorion, that is a sanctuary dedicated to Demeter Thesmophòros, protector of the laws. Active between the sixth and third centuries BC, is celebrated annually Thesmophoria, a festival attended by only women
Locri (RC)

Temple Marafioti   Details
Built in the sixth century BC in the heart of the ancient polis of Locri, the Doric temple of "home Marafioti" has returned significant archaeological evidence, including the exceptional equestrian group known as "Efebo Cavalcante.
Locri (RC)

Archaeological Area of Quote S. Francis   Details
In a flat area located south-west of the polis of Locri, not far from fiumara Portigliola, lie the remains of a building complex, a "palatium" late antiquity of the V-VII sec. AD, not yet fully brought to light
Locri (RC)

Greek-Roman   Details
Greek-roman theater of Locri (now in the district Pirettina) was probably built in the mid-fourth century BC, taking advantage of the presence of a natural slope. Modernized in Roman times, had a capacity of over 4,000 jobs
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Temple Marasà   Details
The most imposing temples Locrians is found in Maras, also called "Sanctuary of Castor. Among the few temples of the Ionic order of the Magna Greece, has returned exceptional marble groups, today preserved in the Museum of Reggio Calabria
Locri (RC)

Byzantine church Pazzano   Details
In territotio of insanity and was found to rescente, the church, presumably dedicated to St. Saviour.
Pazzano (rc)

The archaeological site of Caulonia   Details
The site of the Greek colony of Caulonia stresses between the current Monasterace Marina Point Stilo. The Urban had ippodameo type, regular mesh. Also found three sacred areas and numerous tombs of different types
Caulonia (RC)

Doric temple of Caulonia   Details
Built on an artificial terrace overlooking the sea, stood at an impressive Kaulon Doric temple, part of a larger sanctuary. Temple, dating from the second half of the fifth century BC, are now visible stand, altars and steps
Caulonia (RC)

The Temple of Passoliera   Details
Paolo Orsi came to just outside the city walls of Caulonia The sacred area on which he insisted a temple of Ionic order, dated between 425 and 420 BC
Caulonia (RC)

Complex underwater archaeological   Details
Along the coast between the area where the Doric temple of Caulonia insisted and the confluence of the studies found a complex underwater interest (the remains of a dock and a temple building under construction).
Caulonia (RC)