Religious architecture

San Vito Lo Capo

San Vito Lo Capo

It is an Italian city with 4690 citizens of trapani district in Sicily. Very famous seaside resort in Sicily, known for its beach, considered by a touristic sounding TripAdvisor in 2012 among the best in Italy. The western side of Zingaro Reserve  is part of its district. It is in western Sicilian cost, adjoining on […]

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Trapani is an Italian town of 68 370 inhabitants chief town of the homonymous free municipal consortium in Sicily. Trapani has developed over time a flourishing economic activity linked to the extraction and sale of salt, taking advantage of its natural position, projected on the Mediterranean, and its port, an old commercial outlet for Eryx

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Cefalù is an Italian town of 14.323 citizens, in Palermo district. It is in northern Sicilian cost, around 70 km far from Palermo, on the foot of a rocky promontory. It is one of the main beach center in the whole region; in spite of its dimension, every year it hosts a lot of local,

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Cattedrale di Palermo


Palermo has 671.042 residents and it is the Sicilian Regional seats. The city has a multi millennial history and it has a very important position in Mediterranean and European events. It was founded by the Phoenicians between the VII and the VI century b. C. and it was conquered by Romans in 254 b. C.,

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Chiesa di San Giuseppe


Taormina (Taurmina, or Taummina, in Sicilian) is an Italian town of 11,086 inhabitants located in the metropolitan city of Messina, in Sicily. It is one of the most important international tourist centers of Sicily, known for its natural landscapes, marine beauties and its historical monuments and it has been an important Gran Tour destination. Taormina

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Basilica Cattedrale protometropolitana


Messina is an Italian town of 236 034 inhabitants capital of the homonymous metropolitan city in Sicily, as well as thirteenth Italian municipality and third largest city of the most populous region of Italy. It rises near the extreme north-eastern tip of Sicily (Capo Peloro) on the Stretto that bears its name. Its port, ferry

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Scicli is a monumental baroque city town and since 2002 its city centre became a UNESCO heritage. Scicli became famous thanks to the “Il Commissario Montalbano” fiction, where the municipality was converted in Police station and the Mayor office became the police commissioner’s room in the unreal Vigata. Scicli is a “diamond in Val di

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