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Urban trekking through the streets of Savoca, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy
Francavilla di Sicilia, a dip in the past among the ruins of the Norman Castle and the Archaeological Museum
Today we set out to discover new destinations and this time we move to the extreme northern tip of eastern Sicily, to learn about the stories and traditions of the province of Messina.
Why is the Elephant a symbol of the city Catania? Between history and legends, we live in a city destroyed over the centuries by war events, earthquakes, buried by lava but "ever-blooming" as Professor Santi Correnti, University professor of Sicilian History and passionate scholar of our land, defines it.
An unforgettable experience in the dark. Back in 2011, I had the opportunity to visit and be a spokesperson and temporary guide of the Tactile Museum of Catania, transferred for the Christmas period at the Ciminiere di Catania.
Not everyone knows its origins, but some studies seem to be very ancient; it is thought, in fact, that Sciacca has been inhabited since the Neolithic era.
In a small town in the Sicilian hinterland, of about 3 thousand inhabitants, a dish of the ancient tradition is prepared: the 'mbriulata. Are you curious to know what it is and where you can taste it?
Are you curious to know what does it mean to be "Sicilians"?
How many of you know that the celebrations in honor of Sant’Agata, patron saint of Catania, represent the third most important religious festival in the world?
From the ruins of the Nicosia Castle to the Sambughetti-Campanito nature reserve