Friday, November 24, 2006

Bongiorno di Sicily (Part 5): Agrigento

On Avang's birthday (19th November), we have decided to go all the way down south to a small city called Agrigento that is famous in Italy for its UNESCO's World Heritage site at Valle de Tempio (Valley of the temples). Perjalanan mengambil masa selama lebih kurang 2 jam menaiki tren yang in a very good condition and selesa yaamatz. Harga tiket pun murs murs; less than 7 Euros single way per person!




Monte San Calogero - the highest mountain near Palermo. Chanteque yaamatz pemandangan from the train on the way to Agrigento in the south of Sicily.



Miss Germany 2005 infront of Tempio de Concordia. Actually I think they are in the middle of constructing the temple to the exact style before it became a ruin. Tu kat depan tapi kat belakang dia chanteque skals!




Clockwise: Tempio de Concordia (from the backside), Tempio de Giunone (Juno) and Tempio de Ercole (Hercules)




The spectacular view of Agrigento from the Valley of the Temples.


Simply love these two beautiful temples: Juno & Hercules.

After visiting the temples (closed at 5.00pm), we ols ronda ronda bandar Agrigento piula. A quite nice town with typical narrow and cobbled streets. It overlooks to the Mediterranean Sea. Mak cuba cuba nak tengok kalau leh nampak negara Tunisia dari sittew tapi tak boleh kot..jauh sangat walaupun nak gi Tunisia boleh katanya naik feri... hmm bilalah aku ni nak gi Afrika!



Posing posing around Agrigento centre before taking the train back to Palermo



(bersambung...)

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