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Scala dei Turchi, Sicilia.

The Scala dei Turchi (“Stair of the Turks”) is a rocky cliff on the coast of Realmonte, near Porto Empedocle, southern Sicily, Italy. It has become a tourist attraction due to its unusual white color, as well as by its mention in Andrea C...
by Simple.Interesting on Aug 26, 2014

Vacanza è… mare sole vento e outfit balneare

  Ricordate: non solo i luoghi e il cibo fanno vacanza. Anche il vostro outfit.  ...
by Trescic on Aug 18, 2014

Brioche col tuppo siciliane

Di solito non posto mai di pomeriggio, ma faccio un'eccezione perché è una settimana che non mi faccio viva e non pubblico una ricettina e poi sabato partirò. Non vi dico la destinazione, ma sappiate che la ricetta è un omaggio alla terra che...
by Trattoria da Martina on Aug 7, 2014

Sicilia cea vulcanica. Partea a IV-a

O zi am stat si prin Catania, dar daca este un loc in care trebuie neaparat sa ajungeti acesta este piata de peste. Se deschide pe la 8 dimineata si este chiar in piata domului. Se aude galagia. Deci nu exista ceva mai autentic italian decat acest lo...

Sicilia cea albastra. Partea a II-a

A treia zi am plecat spre Trapani de unde am luat niste curse spre insulele din est. Sunt trei insule aici: Favignana, Levanzo si Marettimo. Nu am apucat sa vedem decat doua insule, dar avand acum intelepciunea omului care a incercat lucruri, cred ca...

Sicilia cea infricosatoare. Partea a III-a

Cand am ajuns in Palermo, toate regulile pe care le stiam despre circulatie au disparut. Cumva, in Palermo carnetul de condus sa ia altfel. Nu exista semafoare. In fine, ele exista, dar sunt pur decorative. Nu exista prioritati. Nu exista semnalizare...

Sicilia cu capul in nori. Partea I

Sicilia este unul dintre cele mai autentice locuri pe care le-am vazut in viata mea. Poezia ti-o faci tu daca ai rabdarea sa te uiti la ea, daca stergi praful de pe case, daca-i analizezi oamenii savurosi, daca-ti spargi mintea in apele-i ca cerul. D...

Out of office

In vacanza. In sicilia. A Trapani. Su uno scoglio. A presto. Forse.
by Trescic on Jul 25, 2014

El lince perdido (2008) DVDrip

Sinopsis: Película de animación 3d con un trasfondo de mensaje ecológico, en la que un grupo de animales trata de escapar de las redes de un cazador sin escrúpulos. Félix, el protagonista, es un lince que cree que su mala suerte es la causa de q...
by Peliculasmas.com on Jul 13, 2014

Granigel

Granigel - Dolfin.Preparato dolciario liquido per granita.2 x 90 ml. / 3.04 Oz.Ingredienti: Acqua, zucchero, succo di limone 4%, sciroppo di glucosio - fruttosio, addensanti: pectina, farina di semi di carrube, acidificante: acido citrico, stabilizza...
by The ingredients in products on Jun 17, 2014

Taormina Film Fest opens, with Claudia Cardinale, Margareth Madè, Raoul Bova

Tullio M. Puglia Valerio Pennicino The 60th Taormina Film Fest has started in the picturesque Sicilian town, with Maserati as a sponsor, and Claudia Cardinale, Margareth Madè and Raoul Bova among the red-carpet arrivals that we’ve spotted. ...
by Lucire Insider on Jun 14, 2014

Grillo Grapevine

Grillo vine is probably imported from Puglia, there are evidences on its cultivation in Sicily by the end of 1800. Introduced to replace the vines plagued by phylloxera, this grape attracted the attention of many Sicilian producers. Grown mainly in t...

Grecanico Grapevine

Grecanico vine, of unknown origins, is cultivated in Sicily for several centuries. Presumably it is the same grape described as “Grecani”, imported by the Greeks, and part of the family of Garganega. The historical area of spreading falls wit...

Frappato Grapevine

Frappato vine is a sicilian native variety, is known since VXIII century, and may have originated in the provinces of Siracusa and Ragusa in Sicily. Others argue that it was introduced from Spain. It is very common in Sicily, and especially in the ar...

Damaschino Grapevine

Damaschino vine has ancient and uncertain origins, even though the name may refer to the city of Damascus, and then would make speculate to Syrian origin. It is supposed that it arrived in Sicily, and especially in the area of Trapani, during the Ara...

Catarratto Grapevine

Catarratto vine, grown almost exclusively around Trapani, Palermo and the Aeolian Islands, is a native Sicilian grape variety known since ancient times. Today, its production is widespread on the whole island. The high productivity of this variety, t...

Carricante Grapevine

Carricante is a Sicilian white grape vine, grown mainly in the Etna area, in the province of Catania, which owes its name probably from the abundant production that is able to give; its name probably derives from the Sicilian dialect “carricatu”,...

Nero D’Avola or Calabrese Grapevine

Nero D’Avola vine, of still uncertain origins, is always mentioned as the Prince of Sicilian viticulture being the most widespread and successfully cultivated in all the winegrowing areas of the island, where it finds its highest expression of...

Ansonica or Inzolia Grapevine

Ansonica or Inzolia, also known as Anzonica or Inzolia, or Ansonica or Insolia,  is one of the vines that for the longest time abode in Sicily, and is believed that this variety is purely native of Sicily, that still remains his fiefdom. Mentioned b...

Grillo Grapevine

Grillo vine is probably imported from Puglia, there are evidences on its cultivation in Sicily by the end of 1800. Introduced to replace the vines plagued by phylloxera, this grape attracted the attention of many Sicilian producers. Grown mainly in t...


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