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Neglected and overgrown

The archaeological park is entered through the museum, and it seems many reviewers confuse the... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2018
L3K
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North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Very interesting place

Parco Archeologico Lilibeo is the ruins of the ancient city with the same name. Lilibeo... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2018
Vladimir M
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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8 Aug 2018
“Neglected and overgrown”
11 Aug 2018
“Very interesting place”
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Reviewed 11 August 2018

Parco Archeologico Lilibeo is the ruins of the ancient city with the same name. Lilibeo (Lilybaeum) is an ancient city on the western end of Sicily. It was an outpost of the Phoenician empire, founded and settled in 397 BC, after the massacre arranged by...More

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Reviewed 8 August 2018

The archaeological park is entered through the museum, and it seems many reviewers confuse the two. There are some Roman mosaics (not up to the standard of Villa Romana of course) and a short section of Roman road. The site is neglected, overgrown with weeds,...More

Thank L3K
Reviewed 21 April 2018

The museum here is great. The remains of the Punic shipwreck are amazing, and the collection of painted funerary monuments are probably some of the best I've seen, let alone in a smaller regional museum. I was a little bit disappointed with the attached archaeological...More

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