List of Regional Parks of Italy - Sicily

Sicily

  • Parco dell'Etna
  • Parco delle Madonie
  • Parco dei Nebrodi
  • Parco fluviale dell'Alcantara

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Morgantina - History
... is 459 BCE, when Douketios, leader of the indigenous Sikel population of central Sicily, attacked the city and captured it.3 Morgantina was probably still under Douketios' control when he was defeated at Nomai by ... Pliny called it "the very best among all those that come from Sicily" — and had been transplanted from Sicily to mainland Italy by the 2nd century BCE ...
Peter Of Aigueblanche - Sicily
... in the attempt by King Henry to secure the kingdom of Sicily, which was granted to Henry by the papacy if Henry would drive Manfred of Sicily out of the kingdom and repay the money the papacy had ... of the clergy had not been to raise money for the king's efforts in Sicily, and this led to Peter being universally condemned in England ...
Piazza Armerina - Language
... See also Lombards of Sicily and Gallo-Italic of Sicily Piazza Armerina is one of the so-called "Lombardic" communes of Sicily, as its dialect differs notably from that of the neighbouring ... This is due to the destruction of the old Piazza by king William I of Sicily, and the subsequent repopulation by William II (according to other scholars, during the slightly later age of Frederick II) with colonists ...
Sicily - Culture - Symbols and Icons - Mount Etna
... Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and still plagues the island with black ash with its ever current eruptions ... It currently stands 3,329 metres (10,922 ft) high, though this varies with summit eruptions the mountain is 21 m (69 ft) lower now than it was in 1981 ...
Elisabeth Of Carinthia - Marriage
... On 23 April 1322, in Catania, she married Peter II of Sicily and became queen-consort of Sicily ... Constance (1324 – October 1355), regent of Sicily from 1352 to 1354, unmarried Eleanor (1325–1375), married Peter IV of Aragon, mother of Martin II of Sicily Beatrice (1326 ...

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