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The History of Solfatare in Sicily and Their Children

The History of Solfatare in Sicily and Their Children Solfatare and children are a big part of history in Sicily. Sulphur mining has been a prominent industrial activity for about a century in Sicily, since about 1830. During that period, Sicily produced 90% of the world sulphur: it was a real monopole. The largest mines...
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December in Sicily

December Sicily Tips December in Sicily is a contrasting month: some places by the sea can still enjoy lovely weather and mild temperatures. It is still possible to stroll on the beach or sit at a cafe on a seafront with the sun shining. In the countryside or in mountain, December means the start of...
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November in Sicily

November Sicily Plan November is a great month to visit Sicily. It is not the snowy season and weather can sometimes be still warm, particularly by the sea. The mountains offer scenic views and their best fruits come to a full availability: chestnuts and mushrooms, above all. Do not forget this is also the season...
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Sicily: Food & Wine on the Volcano

Food & Wine on the Volcano in Sicily Sicily is land of food and wine. And it is home to the highest volcano in Europe, a UNESCO site since 2013. The way they can combine together is incredibly powerful. Mt. Etna is not all about destruction, lava, and eruptions. Vineyards overlooking the smoking craters of...
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October in Sicily

October Sicily Plan October is a special month in Sicily. You might think that the best has gone: sea, beaches, the summer breeze waving linen shirts at that fish restaurant on the seafront. Probably the best has yet to come. Sicily is a microcosm. As such, it offers plenty of views and sceneries all around...
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The Hague: Guide and Tips

The Hague: Guide and Tips A guide to The Hague is helpful, because the Dutch city probably reminds international offices and bureaucracy. It is often referred to as the administrative capital city of the Netherlands. Not many people would think of it as a tourist destination for a lovely city break: what a shame! The...
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