The Satyr museum

The best known of the museums is certainly the “Museo del Satiro” (The Satyr museum) which houses a very rare and precious example of a 4th century BC Greek bronze statue, discovered in 1998 by a Mazara fishing boat in the Sicilian Channel: the work depicts a young satyr with pointed ears in an attitude of whirling dance, with the left leg raised, the torso rotated and the arms extended.