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Kamarina (Greek: Καμάρινα) was a Greek city founded by the Corintian-Syracusans in 598 BC. Nowadays the site is known as the Archeological Park of Kamarina, and it is 25km from Ragusa.

Kamarina was destroyed several times; first by the Punic-Cartaginians (403 BC), then by the Romans (258 BC) and at the last time by the Arabs in 827.

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From Ragusa, Marina di Ragusa or Scoglitti.

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Map of Kamarina

Pedestrian area.


Temple of Athena, the ruins of the city and the fortification walls.

  • 1 Temple of Athena.
  • 2 Museum of Archaeology.



In the Archeological Museum there is a small gift-shop where you can buy souvenirs and postcards.





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