Wednesday, June 25, 2014


Ancient Sicily

Executive summary by darmansjah

The 65-passenger Sea Cloud II set sail from Malta for an in-depth exploration of Sicily’s ancient treasures, including the archaeological zone in Syracuse and the Greek temple and theater in Segesta. Adding context are onboard lectures from Temple University art history professor Frank Dabell and National Trust for historic Preservation horticulturalist Patrick Bowe. In Syracuse, the group will visit the baroque palazzo of Baron Beneventano for a tour and refreshments. Academic Arrangements Abroad: “Sicily by Sea; Art Treasures and Ancient Temples,” 9 days; $5,995

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