Photo Gallery

Agrigento Photo gallery

Akragas in the beginning

The Kolymbetra Garden

Vegetation in the Gardens

Hellenistic heritage on the streets of Agrigentum

The Punic Wars and the final conquest of Akragas

The Temple of Concordia

The driver of Agrigentum’s well-being

The cult of Demeter and Persephone

The ancient port of Agrigentum

The forum in the city of the Akragantines

The Hellenistic-Roman quarter

The most beautiful city of mortals

Sacrifices for the goddesses that made the fields fertile

Phalaris, the terrible tyrant

The Temple of Heracles

Vegetation in the Gardens

The Temple of Demeter

The provincial layout of Sicily

Mens sana in corpore sano: the gymnasium of Agrigento

The Eleusinian mysteries

The life of young people in Roman times

The Oratory of Phalaris

Breathing in world heritage together

The Romans settle in Agrigentum

The gods of Agrigento

The walls of Akragas in the fifth century BC

The Twelve Labours of Heracles

The lively decorations of the temple

The sarcophagus of the Child

The cult of the Emperor

A monument for the victory over Carthage: the Temple of Olympian Zeus

Works for the muses: the mosaics of the Hellenistic-Roman quarter

A Sanctuary for the Latin gods

Theron, tyrant of the arts and victories

Moments of leisure: the theatre

The wellness centres of the Romans

From Akragas to Agrigentum

Empedocles, the political philosopher

The Temple of Hera Lacinia

An exceptional discovery: the thermal baths of Agrigentum

Reinforcement of natural ramparts

The Living Almond Museum

The Temple of Asclepius

Politics comparison: Akragas and Agrigentum

The centre of politics in Agrigentum

The tomb of Theron

The Akragas building sites

The Roman necropolis

The domus, guardians of private life

The sanctuary of the chthonic deities

The Sanctuary of Asclepius: a place of welcome for the sick

From pagan cults to Christian worship: the Church of St. Gregory

The Kolymbetra Garden

The theatre of origins

Roman affairs

Cicero’s account: Agrigentum in In Verrem