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Metaponto was the epicentre of the battles between Greece and Rome and was later the battlefield of Hannibal against the Romans. It sheltered Pythagoras who died in Metaponto at the Forum of the Muses. Today all that survives of its ancient splendour is the "Tavole Palatine" (15 of the Doric temple's 32 columns dating back to 6th and to the 5th centuries B.C., dedicated to Hera), the numerous ruins of holy places, amphitheatres and of necropolises, many of which are still being discovered nowadays.
Metaponto is made even more charming by the large choice of accommodation facilities on offer.
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