Classified as a Unesco world heritage site, Ragusa has a rich and ancient history. The town is divided into two areas: the old part was built from 1693 in the Baroque style after an earthquake destroyed most of the town, and the newer second half, the Ibla, is often overlooked by visitors. The new Ragusa was designed in an octagonal plan and centres around the Cathedral and Museo Archeologico Ibleo.
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