Greek Italy – Una Faccia Una Razza Much of Southern Italy was colonized by Greeks 2500 years ago, and these areas form what we still know today as Magna Grecia (Greater Greece). As a result, Southern Italy became a centre of Greek culture, music, and language for hundreds of years.
Thanks to the colours of its landscapes, to the number of artistic and cultural sites that all of its cities offer, to a crystal clear sea, and last but not least, to its wines and typical products, Sicily is an inexhaustible source or culture, amusement and relaxation. Every part of Sicily is worth a visit, … Continue reading “Marina di Ragusa”
Agrigento: 59 ° Almond Blossom Festival Since 1934 the festival of Agrigento opens the door to the vestibule of the spring with its festivities. In its context, from February 8 to March 16, 2014 the 59th International Folklore Festival, the 14th International Festival “Children of the World” and the 13th Historical Procession in Italy. The … Continue reading “Almond Blossom Festival”
Sciacca madonna del soccorso 2014 Madonna di Boston in processione a Sciacca 2014 Sciacca is a town in the province of Agrigento on the southwestern coast of Sicily. It has noteworthy views of the Mediterranean Sea. Thermae was founded in the 5th century B.C. by the Greeks, as its name imports, as a thermal … Continue reading “Le Madonne di Sciacca”
Sagra del mandorlo in fiore – Agrigento 1-10 febbraio 2013 La Sagra del mandorlo in fiore nasce a Naro nel 1934, per volere del conte Alfonso Gaetani, per promuovere i prodotti tipici agrigentini. La festa ha sempre offerto un cartellone ricco di manifestazioni accomunate dallo spirito di fratellanza tra i popoli culminanti nella sfilata davanti … Continue reading “Sagra del mandorlo in fiore”