Torre San Nicola Archaeological Site
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Torre San Nicola Archaeological Site

The site extends over a rocky plateau overlooking the sea that recedes inwards for a hundred meters to the east of the sixteenth-century tower of San Nicola. On this side some fragments of common pottery and some fragments of flat roof tiles were found. On the northern slopes of the promontory on which the Tower stands, a cave has been identified. Greek Age - VII - IV BC

Area subject to archaeological restrictions pursuant to Law 1089/1939 (Source text of survey form n.346 Landscape Plan of the Province of Agrigento - Archaeological Heritage)

Archaeological Heritage Sheets Landscape Plan of Agrigento

Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero

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Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero Web, 

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