Surroundings

Syracuse

It has a history dating back thousands of years: it was one of the largest metropolises of the Classical period, and excelled in power and wealth with Athens, which tried in vain to subjugate it.

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duomo siracusa

Noto

The first Sicilian municipality in terms of territorial extension. Called the 'capital of Baroque', its historic centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002

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Modica

Its historic centre, rebuilt after the devastating earthquake of 1693, is one of the most significant examples of late Baroque architecture.
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modica

Ragusa ibla

It is currently the oldest district in the historical centre of Ragusa, also called just Ibla or, in Ragusan dialect, Iusu (i.e. the lower Ragusa, to distinguish it from the upper one).

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