Since the 1950s, Rome has undergone the transformation of vast agricultural areas into building areas, and the subsequent birth of infinite sequences of high-density apartment blocks along the consular roads to the south and east of the city. Accompanied by the free and anarchic development of almost the rest of the periphery. An endless territory, inhabited by the majority of Roman citizens. A chaotic city, often abusive. With its gates, railings, walls, trees, archaeological finds, cars, which overlap and merge in an extraordinary and unique visual continuity.

Founded in 581 BC. from the Rodii and Cretan colonists of nearby Gela, Akragas quickly became one of the most important cities of Magna Graecia, in Sicily second only to Syracuse.
Central element of the identity of the town is the Archaeological Park of the Valley of the Temples. Which, with its 1300 hectares, is one of the largest archaeological sites in the world.

The landscape heritage of the Park, from a naturalistic and agricultural point of view, is very varied and of extraordinary beauty, the result of the mingling of original natural elements and the millenary action of man. To the more widespread arboreal component within the Park, consisting of extensive almond orchards and olive groves, are added, in the more fertile areas, the vineyards for the production of wine grapes. Inside the park, the Temple of Concordia is one of the best preserved temples in the world.
Agrigento has been nominated as Italian Capital of Culture 2025 and is included among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.