An ancient Greek theatre in Italy is lighting up in an effort to stay open later in the evening to allow travellers to explore it after the sunset!The Teatro Greco – an ancient theatre in Taormina – was built in Sicily in the third-century BC and is now used for theatrical performances and concerts.
To keep the theatre open to visitors later, new lighting was commissioned by the Department of Cultural Heritage and Sicilian Identity.To keep the theatre open to visitors later, new lighting was commissioned by the Department of Cultural Heritage and Sicilian Identity.
They were added in a way so that the lights remain hidden wherever possible, in order to create a “realistic effect and succeed in reproducing the subtle colours of dusk”.

The incredible horse-shaped theatre is the top site in Taormina – with incredible views of the sea and Mt Etna in the distance. Now, it hosts events ranging from operas, to rock concerts and film festivals. Source: www.lonelyplanet.com