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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Place
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Italy
Sicily
Palermo
La Martorana Church
 Mosaic icon.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
La Martorana Church
 Detail of mosaics.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Via Roma.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Shops with balconies.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Corner store.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
Museum of Modern Art
 The Museum of Modern Art is housed in a 15th century palace.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 The Politeama Garibaldi Theatre was built in 1874.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 The Politeama Garibaldi Theatre has an arch topped by a chariot.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Liberty Avenue.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Corner building.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Ice cream.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 The district by the sea.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 The Marina area.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Boats in the Marina.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 By the sea.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Sea and mountains.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 The East Gate to the old city.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Ferry arriving.
Italy
Sicily
Palermo
 Watching the ship come in.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Catania is a city at the foot of Mount Etna.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 The city is built from volcanic basalt and limestone.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Black basalt and white limestone.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 The Elephant Fountain is in the centre of Piazza Duomo.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Duomo
 Statue of St Peter.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Duomo
 The interior of the catherdal.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Duomo
 The simple altar.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Duomo
 Domes and chandelier.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Balconies above a row of shops.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Hilly street.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Piazza Stasicoro
 Piazza Stasicoro is on Via Etna.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Piazza Stasicoro
 The Roman amphitheatre.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Piazza Stasicoro
 The ruins of the Roman amphitheatre lie in the central piazza below street level.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Piazza Stasicoro
 Statue of Catania-born composer Vincenzo Bellini.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Teatro Square
 Teatro Square is off the main road.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Teatro Square
 The Bellini Theatre dominates the square.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Teatro Square
 The interior of Bellini Theatre.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
University Square
 University Square along Via Etna.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
University Square
 The University.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
University Square
 The North West corner of the square.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
University Square
 The Gymnasium building.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 The fish market is open every day near the city centre.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 Cuttlefish.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 Fish stall.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 Crayfish.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 Squid.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 Snails.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Fish Market
 Fish head.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
General Market
 Cheeses.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
General Market
 Olives.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
General Market
 Purple cabbage.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
General Market
 Oranges.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Balconies in Via Etna.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Small roadside petrol station.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Corner balconies.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Graeco-Roman Theatre
 The theatre is set in a residential area.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
 Santa Nicoleta Church.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 Castle Ursino dates from the 13th century.
Italy
Sicily
Catania
Castle Ursino
 One of the four bastions.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 The Circum Etna Railway begins in Catania and is 110km long.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Houses on the slopes of Etna at Zingaro.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Villages among the lava flows.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Lava flow close to a row of buildings.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Settlement near Maletto.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 The town of Maletto.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 View over Maletto.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Randazzo (753m) is one of the larger towns on the slopes of Etna.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 The main piazza.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 The town centre.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Street scene.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 The Basilica of Santa Maria.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Limestone statue and basalt wall of the Basilica of Santa Maria.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Carved basalt on the outside of the Basilica of Santa Maria.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Stone bridge on the edge of the town.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Locally made biscuits.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
Randazzo
 Sign for fresh pasta.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Small village beneith a rock.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Decorated building.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Spectacularly set village near Solicchiata.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Abandoned house at Cerro.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Village perched on a ridge.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Close up of perched village.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Village at Rovittello.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Basalt houses at Rovittello.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Lava flow near a group of houses.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 The town of Linguaglossa.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Piedimonte is by the sea.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 View over Piedimonte.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Piedimonte on the Eastern slopes of Etna by the sea.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 The sea at Giarre.
Italy
Sicily
Circum Etna Railway
 Basalt houses at Giarre, the end of the Circum Etna Railway.
Italy
Sicily
Mount Etna
Zafferana
 The church at Zafferana, a town on the slopes of Etna.
Italy
Sicily
Mount Etna
Zafferana
 Statue set on basalt blocks.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
 The Sanctuary of the Crying Madonna is the symbol of Syracuse.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Garden with limestone pinnacle.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Latoma de Paradiso, the quarries from where the ancient city was built.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Cordari Grotto.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Limestone cliffs.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 The Ear of Dionysius, is a large cavern.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 The Ear of Dionysius was once used as a prison.
Italy
Sicily
Syracuse
Archeological Park
 Inside the Ear of Dionysius.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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