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It is also home to important archaeological and ancient sites, such as the Necropolis of Pantalica , the Valley of the Temples , Erice and Selinunte.

Sicily has a roughly triangular shape, earning it the name Trinacria. The terrain of inland Sicily is mostly hilly and is intensively cultivated wherever possible.

The cone of Mount Etna dominates the eastern coast. Sicily and its surrounding small islands have some highly active volcanoes.

Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and still casts black ash over the island with its ever-present eruptions. It is the highest mountain in Italy south of the Alps.

This makes it by far the largest of the three active volcanoes in Italy , being about two and a half times the height of the next largest, Mount Vesuvius.

In Greek mythology , the deadly monster Typhon was trapped under the mountain by Zeus , the god of the sky. Mount Etna is widely regarded as a cultural symbol and icon of Sicily.

The Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea , to the northeast of mainland Sicily form a volcanic complex, and include Stromboli. The three volcanoes of Vulcano , Vulcanello and Lipari are also currently active, although the latter is usually dormant.

Off the southern coast of Sicily, the underwater volcano of Ferdinandea , which is part of the larger Empedocles volcano , last erupted in It is located between the coast of Agrigento and the island of Pantelleria which itself is a dormant volcano.

The autonomous region also includes several neighbouring islands: the Aegadian Islands , the Aeolian Islands, Pantelleria and Lampedusa.

The island is drained by several rivers, most of which flow through the central area and enter the sea at the south of the island.

The Salso flows through parts of Enna and Caltanissetta before entering the Mediterranean Sea at the port of Licata. To the east, the Alcantara flows through the province of Messina and enters the sea at Giardini Naxos , and the Simeto , which flows into the Ionian Sea south of Catania.

Other important rivers on the island are the Belice and Platani in the southwest. Sicily has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild and wet winters and hot, dry summers with very changeable intermediate seasons.

On the coasts, especially in the south-west, the climate is affected by the African currents and summers can be scorching. Snow falls above — metres, but it can fall in the hills.

The interior mountains, especially Nebrodi, Madonie, and Etna, enjoy a full mountain climate, with heavy snowfalls during winter.

The summit of Mount Etna is usually snow-capped from October to May. On the other hand, especially in the summer, it is not unusual that there is the sirocco , the wind from the Sahara.

Rainfall is scarce, and water proves deficient in some provinces where a water crisis can happen occasionally. According to the Regional Agency for Waste and Water, on 10 August , the weather station of Catenanuova EN recorded a maximum temperature of Sicily is an often-quoted example of man-made deforestation , which has occurred since Roman times, when the island was turned into an agricultural region.

The central and southwest provinces are practically devoid of any forest. The Nebrodi Mountains Regional Park, established on 4 August and covering 86, hectares , acres , is the largest protected natural area of Sicily; and contains the largest forest in Sicily, the Caronia.

The Hundred Horse Chestnut Castagno dei Cento Cavalli , in Sant'Alfio , on the eastern slopes of Mount Etna, is the largest and oldest known chestnut tree in the world at 2, — 4, years old.

Sicily has a wide variety of fauna. Species include red fox , least weasel , pine marten , roe deer , girgentana , wild boar , crested porcupine , European hedgehog , common toad , Vipera aspis , golden eagle , peregrine falcon , Eurasian hoopoe and black-winged stilt.

The Zingaro Natural Reserve is one of the best examples of unspoiled coastal wilderness in Sicily.

Surrounding waters including the Strait of Messina are home to varieties of birds and marine life , including larger species such as greater flamingo and fin whale.

The name Sicilia was given to the Roman province in BC. It is derived from the name of the Sikeloi , who inhabited the eastern part of the island.

The original classical-era inhabitants of Sicily comprised three defined groups of the ancient peoples of Italy. The most prominent and by far the earliest of these, the Sicani , who Thucydides writes arrived from the Iberian Peninsula perhaps Catalonia.

The Elymians , thought to have come from the area of the Aegean Sea , became the next tribe to join the Sicanians on Sicily.

Recent discoveries of dolmens on the island dating to the second half of the third millennium BC seem to offer new insights into the culture of primitive Sicily.

It is well known that the Mediterranean region went through a quite intricate prehistory, so much so that it is difficult to piece together the muddle of different peoples who have followed each other.

The impact of two influences is clear, however: the European one coming from the Northwest, and the Mediterranean influence of a clear eastern heritage.

No evidence survives of any warring between the tribes, but the Sicanians moved eastwards when the Elymians settled in the northwest corner of the island.

The Sicels are thought [25] to have originated in Liguria ; they arrived from mainland Italy in BC and forced the Sicanians to move back across Sicily and to settle in the middle of the island.

The Phoenician settlements in the western part of the island predate the arrival of Greek colonists. The most important colony was in Syracuse ; others grew up at Akragas , Selinunte , Gela , Himera and Zancle.

Sicily had very fertile soils, and the successful introduction of olives and grape vines fostered a great deal of profitable trading.

Politics on the island became intertwined with those of Greece; Syracuse became desired by the Athenians who set out on the Sicilian Expedition — BC during the Peloponnesian War.

Syracuse gained Sparta and Corinth as allies and, as a result, defeated the Athenian expedition. The victors destroyed the Athenian army and their ships, selling most of the survivors into slavery.

Greek Syracuse controlled eastern Sicily while Carthage controlled the West. The Greek states had begun to make peace with the Roman Republic in BC, [ citation needed ] and the Romans sought to annex Sicily as their republic's first province.

Rome attacked Carthage's holdings in Sicily in the First Punic War to BC and won, making Sicily the first Roman province outside of the Italian Peninsula by BC.

In the Second Punic War to BC , the Carthaginians attempted to recapture Sicily. Some of the Greek cities on the island sided with the Carthaginians.

Archimedes , who lived in Syracuse, helped the Carthaginians, Roman troops killed him after they invaded Syracuse in BC. Valerian told the Roman Senate in BC that "no Carthaginian remains in Sicily".

As the Roman Republic's granary , Sicily ranked as an important province, divided into two quaestorships : Syracuse to the east and Lilybaeum to the west.

In 70 BC noted figure Cicero condemned the misgovernment of Verres in his oration In Verrem. Christianity first appeared in Sicily during the years following AD ; between this time and AD , when Emperor Constantine the Great finally lifted the prohibition on Christianity, a significant number of Sicilians had become martyrs , including Agatha , Christina , Lucy , and Euplius.

The Western Roman Empire began falling apart after the great invasion of Vandals , Alans, and Sueves across the Rhine on the last day of Eventually the Vandals, after roaming about western and southern Hispania present-day Iberia for 20 years, moved to North Africa in They occupied Carthage in The Franks moved south from present-day Belgium.

The Visigoths moved west and eventually settled in Aquitaine in ; the Burgundians settled in present-day Savoy in The Vandals found themselves in a position to threaten Sicily - only miles away from their North African bases.

The Vandals lost possession of the island 8 years later in to the East Germanic tribe of the Ostrogoths, who then controlled Italy and Dalmatia.

He ruled Italy from to in the name of the Byzantine Eastern Roman Emperor. The Vandals kept a toehold in Lilybaeum, a port on the west coast.

They lost this in after making one last attempt to conquer the island from this port. The Byzantine Emperor Zeno had appointed Theodoric as a military commander in Italy.

The Goths were Germanic, but Theodoric fostered Roman culture and government and allowed freedom of religion. After taking areas occupied by the Vandals in North Africa, Justinian decided to retake Italy as an ambitious attempt to recover the lost provinces in the West.

The re-conquests marked an end to over years of accommodationist policies with tribal invaders. His first target was Sicily known as the Gothic War — began between the Ostrogoths and the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as the Byzantine Empire.

His general Belisarius was assigned the task. It took five years before the Ostrogoth capital Ravenna fell in Totila was defeated and killed in the Battle of Taginae by Byzantine general Narses in but Italy was in ruins.

At the time of the reconquest Greek was still the predominant language spoken on the island. Sicily was invaded by the Arab forces of Caliph Uthman in , but the Arabs failed to make any permanent gains.

They returned to Syria with their booty. The Eastern Roman Emperor Constans II decided to move from Constantinople to Syracuse in The following year he launched an assault from Sicily against the Lombard Duchy of Benevento , which occupied most of southern Italy.

A brief usurpation in Sicily by Mezezius was quickly suppressed by this emperor. Contemporary accounts report that the Greek language was widely spoken on the island during this period.

In Euphemius , the Byzantine commander in Sicily, having apparently killed his wife, forced a nun to marry him. Emperor Michael II caught wind of the matter and ordered general Constantine to end the marriage and cut off Euphemius' head.

Euphemius rose up, killed Constantine, and then occupied Syracuse; he, in turn, was defeated and driven out to North Africa.

A Muslim army was then sent to the island consisting of Arabs , Berbers , Cretans , and Persians. The Muslim conquest of Sicily was a see-saw affair and met with fierce resistance.

It took over a century for Byzantine Sicily to be conquered; the largest city, Syracuse, held out until and the Greek city of Taormina fell in It was not until that all of Sicily was conquered by the Arabs.

The Arabs initiated land reforms , which increased productivity and encouraged the growth of smallholdings , undermining the dominance of the latifundia.

The Arabs further improved irrigation systems. The language spoken in Sicily under Arab rule was Siculo-Arabic and Arabic influence is still present in some Sicilian words today.

Although the language is extinct in Sicily, it has developed into what is now the Maltese language on the islands of Malta today.

A description of Palermo was given by Ibn Hawqal , an Arab merchant who visited Sicily in A walled suburb, called the Al-Kasr the palace , is the centre of Palermo to this day, with the great Friday mosque on the site of the later Roman cathedral.

The suburb of al-Khalisa modern Kalsa contained the Sultan 's palace, baths, a mosque, government offices, and a private prison.

Ibn Hawqal reckoned 7, individual butchers trading in shops. Palermo was initially ruled by the Aghlabids ; later it was the centre of Emirate of Sicily under the nominal suzerainty of the Fatimid Caliphate.

Parts of the island were re-occupied before revolts were being quashed. During Muslim rule agricultural products such as oranges, lemons, pistachio and sugarcane were brought to Sicily.

As dhimmis , that is as members of a protected class of approved monotheists the Eastern Orthodox Christians were allowed freedom of religion , but had to pay a tax, the jizya in lieu of the obligatory alms tax, the zakat, paid by Muslims , and were restricted from active participation in public affairs.

The Emirate of Sicily began to fragment as intra-dynastic quarreling fractured the Muslim regime. In , seventy years after losing their last cities in Sicily, the Byzantines under the Greek general George Maniakes invaded the island together with their Varangian and Norman mercenaries.

Maniakes was killed in a Byzantine civil war in before completing a reconquest and the Byzantines withdrew. The Normans invaded in In , Roger was victorious at Misilmeri.

Most crucial was the siege of Palermo, whose fall in eventually resulted in all Sicily coming under Norman control. Palermo continued to be the capital under the Normans.

The Norman Hauteville family , descendants of Vikings , appreciated and admired the rich and layered culture in which they now found themselves.

They also introduced their own culture, customs, and politics in the region. Many Normans in Sicily adopted the habits and comportment of Muslim rulers and their Byzantine subjects in dress, language, literature, even to the extent of having palace eunuchs and, according to some accounts, a harem.

Roger died in His wife Adelaide ruled until when their son Roger II of Sicily came of age. Roger II appointed the powerful Greek George of Antioch to be his "emir of emirs" and continued the syncretism of his father.

During this period, the Kingdom of Sicily was prosperous and politically powerful, becoming one of the wealthiest states in all of Europe—even wealthier than the Kingdom of England.

This attracted scholars, scientists, poets, artists, and artisans of all kinds. Laws were issued in the language of the community to whom they were addressed in Norman Sicily, at the time when the culture was still heavily Arab and Greek.

Muslims, Jews, Byzantine Greeks , Lombards, and Normans worked together fairly amicably. During this time many extraordinary buildings were constructed.

However this situation changed as the Normans to secure the island imported immigrants from Normandy , England , Lombardy, Piedmont, Provence and Campania.

Linguistically, the island shifted from being one-third Greek- and two-thirds Arabic-speaking at the time of the Norman conquest to becoming fully Latinised.

After a century, the Norman Hauteville dynasty died out; the last direct descendant and heir of Roger, Constance , married Emperor Henry VI.

The last of the Hohenstaufens, Frederick II , the only son of Constance , was one of the greatest and most cultured men of the Middle Ages.

His mother's will had asked Pope Innocent III to undertake the guardianship of her son. Frederick was four when at Palermo , he was crowned King of Sicily in Frederick received no systematic education and was allowed to run free in the streets of Palermo.

There he picked up the many languages he heard spoken, such as Arabic and Greek, and learned some of the lore of the Jewish community.

At age twelve, he dismissed Innocent's deputy regent and took over the government; at fifteen he married Constance of Aragon , and began his reclamation of the imperial crown.

Subsequently, due to Muslim rebellions, Frederick II destroyed the remaining Muslim presence in Sicily, estimated at 60, persons, moving all to the city of Lucera in Apulia between and Conflict between the Hohenstaufen house and the Papacy led, in , to Pope Innocent IV crowning the French prince Charles , count of Anjou and Provence , as the king of both Sicily and Naples.

Strong opposition to French officialdom due to mistreatment and taxation saw the local peoples of Sicily rise up, leading in to an insurrection known as the War of the Sicilian Vespers , which eventually saw almost the entire French population on the island killed.

Peter gained control of Sicily from the French, who, however, retained control of the Kingdom of Naples. The wars continued until the peace of Caltabellotta in , which saw Peter's son Frederick III recognized as the king of the Isle of Sicily, while Charles II was recognized as the king of Naples by Pope Boniface VIII.

Between the 15thth centuries, waves of Greeks from the Peloponnese such as the Maniots and Arvanites migrated to Sicily in large numbers to escape persecution after the Ottoman conquest of the Peloponnese.

The onset of the Spanish Inquisition in led to Ferdinand II decreeing the expulsion of all Jews from Sicily. Just a few years before the latter earthquake, the island was struck by a ferocious plague.

While the Austrians were concerned with the War of the Polish Succession , a Bourbon prince, Charles from Spain was able to conquer Sicily and Naples.

However, the advent of Napoleon 's First French Empire saw Naples taken at the Battle of Campo Tenese and Bonapartist King of Naples were installed.

Ferdinand III the Bourbon was forced to retreat to Sicily which he was still in complete control of with the help of British naval protection.

Following this, Sicily joined the Napoleonic Wars , and subsequently the British under Lord William Bentinck established a military and diplomatic presence on the island to protect against a French invasion.

After the wars were won, Sicily and Naples formally merged as the Two Sicilies under the Bourbons.

Major revolutionary movements occurred in and against the Bourbon government with Sicily seeking independence; the second of which, the revolution resulted in a short period of independence for Sicily.

However, in the Bourbons retook control of the island and dominated it until The Expedition of the Thousand led by Giuseppe Garibaldi captured Sicily in , as part of the Risorgimento.

Garibaldi's march was completed with the Siege of Gaeta , where the final Bourbons were expelled and Garibaldi announced his dictatorship in the name of Victor Emmanuel II of Kingdom of Sardinia.

As a result of the proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy , Sicily became part of the kingdom on 17 March The Sicilian economy and the wider mezzogiorno economy remained relatively underdeveloped after the Italian unification , in spite of the strong investments made by the Kingdom of Italy in terms of modern infrastructure, and this caused an unprecedented wave of emigration.

This period was also characterized by the first contact between the Sicilian mafia the crime syndicate also known as Cosa Nostra and the Italian government.

The Mafia's origins are still uncertain, but it is generally accepted that it emerged in the 18th century initially in the role of private enforcers hired to protect the property of landowners and merchants from the groups of bandits Briganti who frequently pillaged the countryside and towns.

The battle against the Mafia made by the Kingdom of Italy was controversial and ambiguous. The Carabinieri the military police of Italy and sometimes the Italian army were often involved in terrible fights against the mafia members, but their efforts were frequently useless because of the secret co-operation between the mafia and local government and also because of the weakness of the Italian judicial system.

In the s, the Fascist regime began a stronger military action against the Mafia, which was led by prefect Cesare Mori , who was known as the "Iron Prefect" because of his iron-fisted campaigns.

This was the first time in which an operation against the Sicilian mafia ended with considerable success.

In preparation for the invasion, the Allies revitalised the Mafia to aid them. The invasion of Sicily contributed to the 25 July crisis ; in general, the Allied victors were warmly embraced by Sicily.

Italy became a Republic in and, as part of the Constitution of Italy , Sicily was one of the five regions given special status as an autonomous region.

During this period, the economic and social condition of the island was generally improved thanks to important investments on infrastructures such as motorways and airports , and thanks to the creation of important industrial and commercial areas.

The Cosa Nostra has traditionally been the most powerful group in Sicily, especially around Palermo. Because from Sicily to the US, the old mafia has returned".

Sicily has been influenced by a variety of different cultures, including the original Italic people , the Phoenicians , Carthaginians , Greeks , Romans , Byzantines , Arabs , Normans , Swabians , Aragonese , Lombards , Spaniards , French, and Albanians.

About five million people live in Sicily, making it the fourth most populated region in Italy. In the first century after the Italian unification , Sicily had one of the most negative net migration rates among the regions of Italy because of the emigration of millions of people to other European countries, North America, South America and Australia.

Like the South of Italy and Sardinia, immigration to the island is very low compared to other regions of Italy because workers tend to head to Northern Italy instead, due to better employment and industrial opportunities.

According to ISTAT figures from , [89] show around , immigrants out of the total 5,, population; [90] Romanians with more than 50, make up the most immigrants, followed by Tunisians , Moroccans , Sri Lankans , Albanians , and others mostly from Eastern Europe.

Since the Italian unification, Sicily, along with the entire south of the Italian peninsula has been strongly marked by coerced emigration , partly induced by a planned de-industrialization of the south in order to favour the northern regions.

Furthermore, an embargo imposed on goods coming from South Italian manufacturers, that effectively barred them from exporting to the north and abroad, were also key factors that led to further impoverishment of the entire region.

South Italian and Sicilian emigration started shortly after the Unification of Italy and has not stopped ever since. By the beginning of the s, less than 40 years after the Unification, what was formerly known as the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, one of Europe's most industrialized countries, became one of the poorest regions in Europe.

The aforementioned factors, along with a failed land reform, resulted in a never-before-seen wave of Sicilians emigrating, first to the United States between the s and the s, later to Northern Italy, and from the s onwards also to Belgium , France , Germany , Switzerland , as well as Australia and South America.

Today, Sicily is the Italian region with the highest number of expatriates : as of , , Sicilians, These are the ten largest cities of Sicily: [98].

As in most Italian regions, Roman Catholicism is the predominant religious denomination in Sicily, and the church still plays an important role in the lives of most people.

There is also a notable small minority of Eastern-rite Byzantine Catholics which has a mixed congregation of ethnic Albanians ; it is operated by the Italo-Albanian Catholic Church.

Most people still attend church weekly or at least for religious festivals, and many people get married in churches. There was a wide presence of Jews in Sicily for at least 1, years and possibly for more than 2, years.

Some scholars believe that the Sicilian Jewry are partial ancestors of the Ashkenazi Jews. Islam was present during the Emirate of Sicily , although Muslims were also expelled.

Today, mostly due to immigration to the island, there are also several religious minorities, such as Jehovah's Witnesses, Hinduism , Islam, Judaism, and Sikhism.

There are also a fair number of evangelical Christians who live on the island. The politics of Sicily takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democracy , whereby the President of Regional Government is the head of government , and of a pluriform multi-party system.

Executive power is exercised by the Regional Government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Sicilian Regional Assembly.

The capital of Sicily is Palermo. Traditionally, Sicily gives center-right results during elections. Its best electoral result was in the general election , when MIS obtained 0.

However, the movement lost all its seats following the general election and the regional election. Even though it has never been formally disbanded, today the movement is no longer part of the politics of Sicily.

After World War II Sicily became a stronghold of the Christian Democracy , in opposition to the Italian Communist Party. The Communists and their successors the Democratic Party of the Left , the Democrats of the Left and the present-day Democratic Party had never won in the region until Sicily is now governed by a center-right coalition.

Nello Musumeci is the current President since Administratively, Sicily is divided into nine provinces, each with a capital city of the same name as the province.

Small surrounding islands are also part of various Sicilian provinces: the Aeolian Islands Messina , isle of Ustica Palermo , Aegadian Islands Trapani , isle of Pantelleria Trapani and Pelagian Islands Agrigento.

Thanks to the regular growth of the last years, Sicily is the eighth largest regional economy of Italy in terms of total GDP see List of Italian regions by GDP.

A series of reforms and investments on agriculture such as the introduction of modern irrigation systems have made this important industry competitive.

Today Sicily is investing a large amount of money on structures of the hospitality industry , in order to make tourism more competitive. Sicily has long been noted for its fertile soil due to volcanic eruptions.

The local agriculture is also helped by the pleasant climate of the island. The main agricultural products are wheat, citrons , oranges Arancia Rossa di Sicilia IGP , lemons, tomatoes Pomodoro di Pachino IGP , olives , olive oil , artichokes , prickly pear Fico d'India dell' Etna DOP , almonds , grapes , pistachios Pistacchio di Bronte DOP and wine.

Cattle and sheep are raised. The cheese productions are particularly important thanks to the Ragusano DOP and the Pecorino Siciliano DOP.

Ragusa is noted for its honey Miele Ibleo and chocolate Cioccolato di Modica IGP productions. Sicily is the third largest wine producer in Italy the world's largest wine producer after Veneto and Emilia Romagna.

In recent decades the wine industry has improved, new winemakers are experimenting with less-known native varieties, and Sicilian wines have become better known.

Other important native varieties are Nerello Mascalese used to make the Etna Rosso DOC wine , Frappato that is a component of the Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG wine , Moscato di Pantelleria also known as Zibibbo used to make different Pantelleria wines, Malvasia di Lipari used for the Malvasia di Lipari DOC wine and Catarratto mostly used to make the white wine Alcamo DOC.

Furthermore, in Sicily high quality wines are also produced using non-native varieties like Syrah , Chardonnay and Merlot.

Sicily is also known for its liqueurs, such as the Amaro Averna produced in Caltanissetta and the local limoncello.

Fishing is another fundamental resource for Sicily. There are important tuna , sardine , swordfish and European anchovy fisheries.

Mazara del Vallo is the largest fishing centre in Sicily and one of the most important in Italy. Improvements in Sicily's road system have helped to promote industrial development.

The region has three important industrial districts :. In Palermo there are important shipyards such as Fincantieri , mechanical factories of famous Italian companies as Ansaldo Breda , publishing and textile industries.

Chemical industries are also in the Province of Messina Milazzo and in the Province of Caltanissetta Gela.

A table showing Sicily's different GDP nominal and per capita growth between and [] []. After the table which shows Sicily's GDP growth, [] this table shows the sectors of the Sicilian economy in The unemployment rate stood at Highways have been built and expanded in the last four decades.

The most prominent Sicilian roads are the motorways known as autostrade in the north of the island. Much of the motorway network is elevated on pillars due to the island's mountainous terrain.

The first railway in Sicily was opened in Palermo-Bagheria and today all of the Sicilian provinces are served by a network of railway services, linking to most major cities and towns; this service is operated by Trenitalia.

Of the narrow-gauge railways the Ferrovia Circumetnea is the only one that still operates, going round Mount Etna. From the major cities of Sicily, there are services to Naples , Rome and Milan ; this is achieved by the trains being loaded onto ferries which cross the Strait.

In Catania there is an underground railway service metropolitana di Catania ; in Palermo the national railway operator Trenitalia operates a commuter rail Palermo metropolitan railway service , the Sicilian Capital is also served by 4 AMAT Comunal Public Transport Operator tramlines; Messina is served by a tramline.

Mainland Sicily has several airports that serve numerous Italian and European destinations and some extra-European. By sea, Sicily is served by several ferry routes and cargo ports, and in all major cities, cruise ships dock on a regular basis.

Plans for a bridge linking Sicily to the mainland have been discussed since Throughout the last decade, plans were developed for a road and rail link to the mainland via what would be the world's longest suspension bridge , the Strait of Messina Bridge.

Planning for the project has experienced several false starts over the past few years. Sicily's sunny, dry climate, scenery, cuisine, history, and architecture attract many tourists from mainland Italy and abroad.

The tourist season peaks in the summer months, although people visit the island all year round. The last features some of the best-preserved temples of the ancient Greek period.

Many Mediterranean cruise ships stop in Sicily, and many wine tourists also visit the island. This increased the attraction of Sicily as a tourist destination.

There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites on Sicily. By the order of inscription:. Because many different cultures settled, dominated or invaded the island, Sicily has a huge variety of archaeological sites.

Also, some of the most notable and best preserved temples and other structures of the Greek world are located in Sicily. Here is a short list of the major archaeological sites:.

The excavation and restoration of one of Sicily's best known archaeological sites, the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, was at the direction of the archaeologist Domenico Antonio Lo Faso Pietrasanta , Fifth Duke of Serradifalco , known in archaeological circles simply as "Serradifalco".

He also oversaw the restoration of ancient sites at Segesta , Selinunte , Siracusa and Taormina. The Coastal towers in Sicily Torri costiere della Sicilia are old watchtowers along the coast.

In Sicily, the first coastal towers date back to and of the Aragonese monarchy. From the threat came from the south, from North Africa to Maghreb , mainly to Barbary pirates and corsairs of Barbary Coast.

In , the Turks settled in Algiers , and from , the corsair Hayreddin Barbarossa under the command of Ottoman Empire , operated from that harbor.

Most existing towers were built on architectural designs of the Florentine architect Camillo Camilliani from [] to and involved the coastal periple of Sicily.

The typology changed completely in ', because of the new higher fire volumes of cannon vessels, the towers were built on the type of Martello towers that the British built in the UK and elsewhere in the British Empire.

The decline of Mediterranean piracy caused by the Second Barbary War led to a smaller number of coastal towers built during the 19th Century. Ligny Tower - Trapani.

Torre Manfria Gela. Torre Cabrera Marina di Ragusa Marina di Ragusa. Torre Cabrera Pozzallo Pozzallo. Vignazza Tower Giardini Naxos. To have seen Italy without having seen Sicily is to not have seen Italy at all, for Sicily is the clue to everything.

Sicily has long been associated with the arts ; many poets, writers, philosophers , intellectuals, architects and painters have roots on the island.

The history of prestige in this field can be traced back to Greek philosopher Archimedes , a Syracuse native who has gone on to become renowned as one of the greatest mathematicians of all time.

Terracotta ceramics from the island are well known, the art of ceramics on Sicily goes back to the original ancient peoples named the Sicanians , it was then perfected during the period of Greek colonisation and is still prominent and distinct to this day.

Famous painters include Renaissance artist Antonello da Messina , Bruno Caruso , Renato Guttuso and Greek born Giorgio de Chirico who is commonly dubbed the "father of Surrealist art " and founder of the metaphysical art movement.

The Sicilian Baroque has a unique architectural identity. Noto , Caltagirone , Catania , Ragusa , Modica , Scicli and particularly Acireale contain some of Italy's best examples of Baroque architecture , carved in the local red sandstone.

Noto provides one of the best examples of the Baroque architecture brought to Sicily. The Baroque style in Sicily was largely confined to buildings erected by the church, and palazzi built as private residences for the Sicilian aristocracy.

However, even at this early stage, provincial architects had begun to incorporate certain vernacular features of Sicily's older architecture.

By the middle of the 18th century, when Sicily's Baroque architecture was noticeably different from that of the mainland, it typically included at least two or three of the following features, coupled with a unique freedom of design that is more difficult to characterize in words.

Palermo hosts the Teatro Massimo which is the largest opera house in Italy and the third largest in all of Europe. Sicily's composers vary from Vincenzo Bellini , Sigismondo d'India , Giovanni Pacini and Alessandro Scarlatti , to contemporary composers such as Salvatore Sciarrino and Silvio Amato.

Many award-winning and acclaimed films of Italian cinema have been filmed in Sicily, amongst the most noted of which are: Visconti 's " La Terra Trema " and " Il Gattopardo " , Pietro Germi 's " Divorzio all'Italiana " and " Sedotta e Abbandonata ".

The golden age of Sicilian poetry began in the early 13th century with the Sicilian School of Giacomo da Lentini , which was highly influential on Italian literature.

Some of the most noted figures among writers and poets are Luigi Pirandello Nobel laureate, , Salvatore Quasimodo Nobel laureate, , Giovanni Verga the father of the Italian Verismo , Domenico Tempio , Giovanni Meli , Luigi Capuana , Mario Rapisardi , Federico de Roberto , Leonardo Sciascia , Vitaliano Brancati , Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa , Elio Vittorini , Vincenzo Consolo and Andrea Camilleri noted for his novels and short stories with the fictional character Inspector Salvo Montalbano as protagonist.

On the political side notable philosophers include Gaetano Mosca and Giovanni Gentile who wrote The Doctrine of Fascism. In terms of academic reflection, the historical and aesthetic richness as well as the multi-layered heterogeneity of Sicilian literature and culture have been first grasped methodologically and coined with the term of transculturality by German scholar of Italian studies Dagmar Reichardt who, after having published an extensive study on the literary work of Giuseppe Bonaviri , [] was awarded the International Premio Flaiano "Italianistica" for a trilingual English, Italian, German collection about the European liminality of Sicily, Sicilian literature and Sicilian Studies.

Today in Sicily most people are bilingual and speak both Italian and Sicilian , a distinct and historical Romance language. Some of the Sicilian words are loan words from Greek , Catalan , French, Arabic , Spanish and other languages.

However the use of Sicilian is limited to informal contexts mostly in family and in a majority of cases it is replaced by the so-called regional Italian of Sicily , an Italian dialect that is a kind of mix between Italian and Sicilian.

Sicilian was an early influence in the development of the first Italian standard, although its use remained confined to an intellectual elite.

This was a literary language in Sicily created under the auspices of Frederick II and his court of notaries, or Magna Curia , which, headed by Giacomo da Lentini , also gave birth to the Sicilian School , widely inspired by troubadour literature.

Its linguistic and poetic heritage was later assimilated into the Florentine by Dante Alighieri , the father of modern Italian who, in his De vulgari eloquentia , claims that "In effect, this vernacular seems to deserve higher praise than the others since all the poetry written by Italians can be called Sicilian".

Catania has one of the four laboratories of the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare National Institute for Nuclear Physics in which there is a cyclotron that uses protons both for nuclear physics experiments and for particle therapy to treat cancer proton therapy.

In the Observatory of Palermo the astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi discovered the first and the largest asteroid to be identified Ceres today considered a dwarf planet on 1 January ; [] Catania has two observatories, one of which is situated on Mount Etna at 1, metres 5, feet.

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