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Things To Do in Sicily

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Volcano
湘阴王离Mount Etna in Sicily can be said to be a famous volcano in Italy. It is also very famous throughout Europe. If you have the opportunity to come to Sicily, you should be able to visit it. This is a one-day itinerary. If conditions permit, most people will choose to go to the highest peak. However, it is too risky to go to 3200 meters in black smoke recently. I was helpless, I had no choice but to retreat to the second section of 2000 meters above sea level. It was also very windy. It felt super cool, and there was a feeling of being the top! I have been to Taishan before and felt that there are still many differences between active volcanoes and world historical and cultural heritages like Taishan. There are a lot of cultural landscapes missing, but there is more natural beauty. Nice experience! Generally, it is necessary to organize a group to hire a professional local tour guide.
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elsashen0529The underground treasure of Palermo Cathedral is really worth exploring. It contains a lot of religious treasures. It is really a treasure, with the bishop's crown, studded with jewels, and inlaid with gold, as well as many religious artifacts. It's all made of metal, a very wealthy church
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Castle
泰宁根吴承恩The castle is quite a sight to see. It has a long history and is well-protected, and it is really nothing to say to appreciate the sea from the side of the castle. There are not many people, it is a very pleasant place, and the sea view here is really amazing!
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
fz570628The "Valley of the Temples" is a small hill 2 kilometers south of Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Standing on the top of the hill, you have a wide view, overlooking Agrigento in the front, and green valleys in the back. The top of the hill is lined with brownish red The remains of ancient Greek temples, the temple stands upright and majestic, like a rainbow.
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Historical Site
大姐小露開心果Built in the 3rd century BC, this U-shaped theatre is built at the foot of the staunch Taormina Hill with its sea-less oysters overlooking the coastline and seeing the Etna Volcano inhales and spit 10€ language guide 5€ follow instructions to listen to each sign before the front walls of the theatre have already blemished The semicircular brick walls at the back are still full of stone steps, with long wooden seats and the front row seats with more comfortable seats because the front of the big concert theater is full of spotlights, and the audio tourists are not able to appreciate the stage with a sense of vicissitudes. Around the rear brick wall is the viewing platform, the sea and the sky are beautiful, the unique location of the top of the mountain of the Taormina Open-air Theatre becomes the most distinctive Greek theater in the world ~
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Square
大姐小露開心果April 9th Square It is a square with a typical Sicilian style Unique black and white floor tiles Is the most beautiful letter film The blue Ionian Sea can be seen in the distance And the misty Mount Etna The other side of the square St. Augustine's church in the pre-Gothic style And the 17th century St. Joseph's Church The square can lead to Taormina’s oldest bell tower~