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By Robert Andrews

Floating at the fringe of Europe, Sicily positive aspects a few of Italy's most lovely surroundings. We light up the island's wealthy history as a ecu and African colony, and discover its historic cave dwellings, Greek temples, volcanic islands, and foothills of Mount Etna. entire info at the motels verify your quotient of enjoyable and solar, whereas escapes to sleepy fishing villages and distant shores recapture the Sicily of lore.

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