About Lucia
Lucia studied Conservation of Cultural Heritage at the University of Agrigento, then she moved to Rome to focus her studies in Christian Archaeology at the Vatican Institute Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana. She worked as an archaeologist in Rome, in Puglia (southern Italy), in Corsica and of course in Sicily. She published scientific papers in the course of her career, and presented her research at various conferences, among which at the XV International Congress of Christian Archeology in Toledo. She is now settled in Syracuse, where she shares her passion for archaeology and her city with travelers. She enjoys being with kids and she leads children centered tours in Syracuse.
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