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“If you look for an hidden gem, with cheap prices and AMAZING FOOD this is the place to go. Hidden in a secret location close to a lake in the heart of Trapani's countryside, this is a spot where you ll find almost no tourists and lots of locals with a portentous ability to eat tons of genuine and home made food. ”
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“Trapani (Italian: Provincia di Trapani, Sicilian: Pruvincia di Tràpani) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sicily in Italy. Its capital is the city of Trapani. It has an area of 2,460 square kilometres (950 sq mi) and a total population of 436,150 (2013).[1] There are 24 comunes (Italian: comuni) in the province (see Comuni of the Province of Trapani). Besides the capital Trapani, other cities and places of interest in the province include Segesta, Gibellina, Erice, Castelvetrano, Alcamo, Marsala, Mazara del Vallo, Castellammare del Golfo, and Mozia. The nearby island of Pantelleria, noted for its wine production,[2] and the Aegadian Islands are also administratively a part of Trapani province. The Province of Trapani is a major centre for viticulture. The area now covered by the province was occupied successively by the Carthaginians, Greeks and latterly by the Romans. The port of Trapani, first known as Drepana, then Drepanon, was inhabited by the Sicani and the Elymi becoming a prosperous Phoenician trading centre by the 8th century B.C. It was taken by the Carthaginians in 260 B.C. and by the Romans in 240 B.C., becoming a civitas romana until 440 A.D. when it was sacked by the Vandals, then by the Byzantines and ultimately by the Muslims in 830. In the 16th century, it received privileges under Emperor Charles V of Spain who also strengthened the town walls. Trapani became the provincial capital in 1817. The province of Trapani borders the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the Strait of Sicily to the west. It is bordered to the east with only the provinces of Palermo and Agrigento. The territory has few flat areas, although with the exception of the mountains of Sparagio (1,110 m)[5] and Inici (1065 m),[6] most land is under 1000 metres. The northwestern part is rugged in comparison to the south. The province also includes the archipelago of the Egadi Islands belonging to the comune of Favignana, the island of Pantelleria which is the largest of Sicily, in the comune of the same name, and the Stagnone Islands, which belong to the comune of Marsala. The Egadi Islands consist of three main islands, Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo and two islets, Formica and Maraone.[7] The province of Trapani has a number of rivers but most are not of notable size or importance, except for the Belice River on the border of the province,[8] and the Birgi River, with a length of about 40 km. Other rivers include the torrential Modione, Mazaro, the Fiume, the Salemi and the Sossius, the latter of which flows into the Mediterranean Sea at the resort of Berbaro. Natural lakes such as Gorghi Tondi and Preola are in the comune of Mazara del Vallo, and the Lago di Venere is in Pantelleria. There are also three man-made lakes, Lago Rubino, created by a dam across the Cuddia River, which is part of the catchment area of the Birgi, at Lago Trinità in Castelvetrano, and the lake of the same name at the resort of Paceco. However, there is also a coastal lagoon, the Stagnone Lagoon, within a 2000 hectare reserve on the stretch of coast between Punta Alga and Cape San Teodoro,[9] near Marsala, in an area which was once an important naval base and commercial for the Phoenicians. The waters are shallow and very salty, with marshland. The lagoon consists of four islands: Isola Longa Santa Maria, San Pantaleo and Schola.”
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“Here Garibaldi defeated i Borboni and finally, there was Italy's unification. Inside the building, there are the soldier's remains. ”
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“Salemi Antico Duomo di San Nicola di Bari", danneggiato dal Terremoto del Belice del 1968. Tempio di Venere in epoca romana, verosimilmente insistente su una moschea in epoca araba, Chiesa Madre medievale dedicata alla "Madonna degli Angeli" fino al 1615 quando ebbe inizio il riassemblaggio e la ricostruzione per opera di Mariano Smiriglio."Duomo del Collegio dei Gesuiti" (1642)"Chiesa Sant'Antonio da Padova"."Chiesa di Sant'Agostino"."Basilica paleocristiana di San Miceli", sorta su vestigia greche e romane del IV e VI secolo, riportata alla luce nel 1893dall'archeologo Antonio Salinas"Chiesa di San Bartolomeo"."Chiesa di san Biagio"."Chiesa del Carmine"."Chiesa di Santo Stefano"."Ex Chiesa del Rosario"."Chiesa della Misericordia"."Chiesa Santa Maria degli Angeli". "Chiesa Immacolata Concezione"."Chiesa San Giuseppe"."Chiesa San Giovanni". "Chiesa San Francesco di Paola"."Chiesa San Francesco d'Assisi"."Chiesa Santa Maria della Catena"."Chiesa San Clemente o Santa Annedda". ”
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“If you look for an hidden gem, with cheap prices and AMAZING FOOD this is the place to go. Hidden in a secret location close to a lake in the heart of Trapani's countryside, this is a spot where you ll find almost no tourists and lots of locals with a portentous ability to eat tons of genuine and home made food. ”
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