Valley of the Temples – Agrigento, Sicily Walking Tour – 4K



This walking tour of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, Sicily was filmed on Friday June 17th, 2020 starting at 3:14 PM at the …

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  1. loved this video tour. however I was nervous that you would encounter a snake.

  2. What would happen if you went inside since no one is around. So far to go and not get to experience the inside.

  3. There's something special about these walking tours. This is really nice. . Feels like I'm the one walking through!

  4. A tall figure matching the Courier's description approached from the western path directly ahead of him. He wore a greatsword on his hip along with crossed body satchel. The Courier was dressed mid House Byllria colors. Procampur, second most prominent Organization.

    If afforded him respect from all pass-byers, as they parted before him. Here. Laden thought he would have to deduced, every notable person. When in actuality, the mark just holds up a sign.

    Laden moved to the left side of the building he was currently perched. Leaping over the side while grabbing a rung – using only the rails, he slid down the ladder and landed lightly.

    Morran stepped out of the alley midst a bustling thoroughfare. The courier was slightly mid his right. – The Mark turned left, then began to move away from him.

    The Marketplace was packed, with people moving amid random intervals. Vividness, that challenged the fashionable spectrum.- verdant amid reds who complimented fiery neutral.

  5. Se vuoi conoscere la storia e in SICILIA che devi andare..TERRA DEL 🌞….❤❤❤

  6. Olá, sou do Brasil . Que vídeo maravilhoso! Amei a música do começo do vídeo. As suas imagens são ótimas, obrigado.

  7. Really good walk. Just a point of interest. Sir Alexander Hardcastle was a naval officer and the grandson of Sir William Herchel, discoverer of the planet Uranus.

  8. Think I'll need to return to Italy again, in previous trip I got a grip only on part between Roma and Napoli, I see there is much more to see, especially in Sicily

  9. Agrigento Valle dei Templi. Un paradiso da visitare.. un panorama mozzafiato. Mare stupendo , lungo mare San Leone bellissimo c'è un concentrato di bar,. Chioschi sul lato a del mare,,,e stupendi ristoranti dove sì può gustare del buon pesce ,e dei piatti casarecci del posto. In poche parole bedra sicilia

  10. It's incredible, isn't it? To think that the Greeks made it as far as Sicily in the 8th Century BC is mind-boggling. They also established colonies on the Italian mainland. Truly impressive.

  11. This video should have 2 billion views. Sicily has so many wonders! Truly one of the most beautiful places on earth.

  12. So,
    when you finished the walk, how did you get back to your vehicle, a bike stashed away, hitch hike or a loooong walk back.
    I remember when I was doing 2o and 30 KIlometer race walks, the hardest part was the open, flat sections where you felt you weren't going anyplace.:)
    Just asking,
    Rik

  13. What an amazing place, our modern builders have nothing on the builders of those edifices.
    Wouldn't it be something to see a computerized rendering of the Temple of Zeus and the others in their heyday?
    Thank you 🙂
    Cheers,
    Rik Spector

  14. Thank you for another installment of scenic splendour and fascinating historical information. I'm looking forward to the next one!

  15. Superb video! The close caption was not too distracting and made everything "meld" together so that I felt as if I was your companion on a personal tour with a highly professional trained academic versed in the "valley temples!" Incredible camera work!
    Both my paternal grandparents are from Santa Margherita de' Belice,'….which is a small town in Agrigento! As I was experiencing your tour I was wondering if my grandfather "Cologero" may have walked these very same paths or steps as a child in the 1890's or early 1900's, before he emigrated to America. I still have his marriage and baptismal certificates although I understand the original town was destroyed by earthquake years ago!
    My most sincere thanks for this, my wife and I will seriously consider a trip to Sicily (I have been to Syracusa and Messina only briefly) but was on a group tour. I was still impressed by the Cathedral in Syracusa that had been first a Greek temple, then a Byzantine church, then a mosque and then a cathedral again with the Greek columns filled in with concrete as part of one of the walls. It left QUITE an impression on me!
    Again, mi complimenti and Mille' Grazie compare'!

  16. Come to India. Our temples are ancient and intact, you will enjoy filming them!

  17. The Valley of The Temples looks like a puzzle of stones. Its unbelievable that people can put the pieces of columns back together . I love the captions explaining the history of this area. Great job!!

  18. Greece and Rome only two empires that they built on the land they concurred as we can see it today all over the world

  19. Thank you so much for making these videos. Walking through the ancient structures and ruins is very fascinating, the more historical information you can share the better. I enjoy all of your videos, but the ones like this are by far my favorite.