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Palermo

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Palermo is the regional capital of Sicily, which is the largest and most heavily populated (about 5,000,000) island in the Mediterranean. The area has been under numerous dominators over the centuries, including Roman, Carthaginian, Byzantine, Greek, Arab, Norman, Swabian and Spanish masters. Due to read more....
Castellammare del Golfo

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According to historians and geographers, Castellammare del Golfo was originally the emporium (port) of the town of Segesta. So the history of this town facing the gulf was parallel - at least until 827 a.D., year in which it became Arab - with that of Segesta, because they both underwent the same ev read more....
Calatafimi Segesta

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An archaeological area located on Mount Barbaro, it was (together with Erice) one of the principal settlements of the Elyminians. Legend tells us that it was founded by Alceste, son of the Trojan Egesta, who hosted Aeneas during his voyage after the fall of Troy. One can visit the Doric-style Temple read more....
Naples

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Naples is the capital of the Campania region and it is situated at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. It is an absolutely fantastic city where You can find a lot of monuments and museums: “The Archeological Museum”, which holds the treasures from the nearby Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum; “Th read more....
Herculaneum

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According to the legend, this Greek settlement was founded by Hercules. Whatever the truth of this,it later passed to the Samnites before becoming a Roman town in 89 BC. Twelve kilometres south-east of Napoli, modern Ercolano is a congested, tangled suburb of the city. Ercolano was previously peacef read more....
Capri

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Twenty miles from Naples, rising abruptly out of the azure gulf, is the little island of Capri, its shape something like a gigantic hour glass. It seems to exercise a peculiar fascination on all visitors to Naples, and few can withstand the temptation of braving the not always pacific Bay of Naples, read more....
Positano

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Positano is one of the most famous and elegant localities on the Amalfi coast, with its houses clustering in picturesque confusion on the seaward slope of a steep hill. Positano is especially popular with artists from all over the world. The writer John Steinbeck wrote: “ Positano leaves a deep ma read more....
Pompei

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Pompei is the most popular tourist attraction in Italy. Ever since Pliny the Younger wrote his moving letters to Tacitus describing the eruption of the Vesuvio that buried Pompei in 79 AD, the city has been the stuff of books, scholarly frivolous and perfect subject for the big screen. Much of the s read more....
Amalfi

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The Amalfi Coast offers a place of rare and spectacular beauty, with small nice beaches interspaced with coastal summits with breathtaking views. There are many hiking paths in the area connecting the beaches and cliff side towns together. The various cities and villages along the coast could be read more....
Ravello

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Ravello is one of the most famous places in Italy. It is in an enchanting position on the Southern side of the Sorrento peninsula. Many houses at Ravello were built in the Sicilian Moorisch style because the town had close commercial contracts with Sicily and the Middle East during its richest perio read more....
 
 
 
 
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