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Interesting and worth a visit.

This is a well presented film with 3D presentation of how Syracuse was built up by the Greeks... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2015
Cath B
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York
Very interesting and informative - very useful if you plan to build a temple!

The film is very good at setting the Greek settlement at Syracuse in context and it provides... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2014
DavidJ025
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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22 Oct 2015
“Interesting and worth a visit.”
29 Aug 2015
“A bit expensive for what it was...”
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A VIRTUAL TOUR IN THE GREEK SYRACUSE: we would like to invite you to a 30 minutes show, made by IBAM (Institute for Cultural Heritage and Monumental Buildings of the National Council for Research), where you can see the foundation of the city by...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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Piazza Minerva 4 | Ortigia, 96100, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 9 July 2013

Siracusa3D is a 30 minute historical presentation of the Greek colonization of Siracusa. Before going into the theatre we are given 3D glasses to wear. The movie is something we might see on the History Channel, professionally narrated and presented and in 3D was cool....More

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Reviewed 22 October 2015

This is a well presented film with 3D presentation of how Syracuse was built up by the Greeks. Think younger children might find it a bit much to take in.

Thank Cath B
Reviewed 29 August 2015 via mobile

A bit like watching a very second rate 30 minute TV programme, coupled with cheesy graphics that might have worked in a computer game from about ten years ago. The production of the programme was a bit random - frequently straying into too much detail...More

Thank Julian B
Siracusa R, Proprietario at Syracuse 3D Reborn, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2015

Hello, thanks for your review. We are sorry that you didn't like the show. Our product was made by professional researchers from National Research Council and an archaeologist from Arcadia University. Their work was priced on November 2013 with the Cultural Heritage and New Technologies...More

Reviewed 1 October 2014

Novel 3D experience in comfortable spotless theatre Air conditioned as well Friendly and attentive staff Highly recommended

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Reviewed 14 August 2014

The film is very good at setting the Greek settlement at Syracuse in context and it provides information unavailable elsewhere. It really helps you understand what you are looking at in terms of the Duomo and temple of Apollo etc. Possibly a bit on the...More

Thank DavidJ025
Reviewed 15 June 2014

A very interesting film about the history of Syracuse, it is located near the duomo but not advertised hugely well as we walked past it a few times without noticing it. The film is interesting and well translated, the 3B effects are good. Staff are...More

Thank Princess_Nemi
Giovanni_mgmg, Proprietario at Syracuse 3D Reborn, responded to this reviewResponded 18 June 2014
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La ringraziamo per la Sua recensione. E' bello sapere che siamo riusciti nel ns. intento: far rivivere la storia della...More

Reviewed 28 May 2014 via mobile

Well done 3D movie about a time in Syracuse history. Short enough to keep your interest. Would be good for older kids. The 3D effects are excellent. Be aware that they require 5 people before the movie is shown.More

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Giovanni_mgmg, Proprietario at Syracuse 3D Reborn, responded to this reviewResponded 18 June 2014
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Grazie della Vs. recensione. Siamo contenti di aver suscitato il Vostro interesse con il ns. prodotto. Desideravamo comunicare che abbiamo...More

Reviewed 9 July 2013

Siracusa3D is a 30 minute historical presentation of the Greek colonization of Siracusa. Before going into the theatre we are given 3D glasses to wear. The movie is something we might see on the History Channel, professionally narrated and presented and in 3D was cool....More

2  Thank Journeyer
Reviewed 7 July 2013

Interesting 30 minute film covering the Greek period of Syracuse. The 3d effects were impressive without being intrusive. The staff were friendly and helpful.

Thank ChilternTraveller
Reviewed 13 June 2013

A very nice introduction to the history of Syracuse during the period of Greek settlement. We went at the end of our stay but wished we had come at the beginning. It’s a mix of narrated history and recreations of the past, and is solidly...More

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