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C’è chi lo chiama #strinù, chi #pane e #salamina o salamella e chi lo chiama pane e #salsiccia. Uno di quei cibi che da tempo immemore viene addentato da chiunque. Con una #birra fresca o un bicchiere di #vino rosso, il panino imbottito con la salsiccia è un must!

C’è chi lo chiama #strinù, chi #pane e #salamina o salamella e chi lo chiama pane e #salsiccia. Uno di quei cibi che da tempo immemore viene addentato da chiunque. Con una #birra fresca o un bicchiere di #vino rosso, il panino imbottito con la salsiccia è un must!

Osteria La Civetta Logo, serves the best bolognese I have ever eaten.

Osteria La Civetta Logo, serves the best bolognese I have ever eaten.

Cocktail Of the Month: Sicilian Bloody Mary - The BAR MARTINI ® presents the new cocktail of the month: a Bloody Mary with a touch of Sicily that will not make you regret Summer.

Cocktail Of the Month: Sicilian Bloody Mary - The BAR MARTINI ® presents the new cocktail of the month: a Bloody Mary with a touch of Sicily that will not make you regret Summer.

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The WORST ever restaurant, for everything. http://delirelish.blogspot.com/2013/07/don-tbring-the-kids-here.html

sicily history and culture | Sicilian Culture: The Bar: Liquers of Italy: Bartenura

sicily history and culture | Sicilian Culture: The Bar: Liquers of Italy: Bartenura

The triskellion, symbol of #Sicily, dates back to when Sicily was part of Magna Graecia, the colonial extension of Greece beyond the Aegean. Pliny the Elder attributes the origin of the triskelion of Sicily to the triangular form of the island, the ancient Trinacria (from the Greek tri- (three) and akra (end, limb)), which consists of three large capes equidistant from each other. #BnBGenius #lifeisajourney

The triskellion, symbol of #Sicily, dates back to when Sicily was part of Magna Graecia, the colonial extension of Greece beyond the Aegean. Pliny the Elder attributes the origin of the triskelion of Sicily to the triangular form of the island, the ancient Trinacria (from the Greek tri- (three) and akra (end, limb)), which consists of three large capes equidistant from each other. #BnBGenius #lifeisajourney

Sicily -The asphalt-stained walls and battered roof tiles of houses in a Sicilian hill-top village say much about their island home. Separated from its capricious mainland mother by the treacherous Straits of Messina, scarred by volcanic activity and occupied by one foreign culture after another, Sicily has an abrasive edge, an intriguing magical quality. Yet the true nature of Sicily, and its island neighbours to the north, still survives,

Sicily -The asphalt-stained walls and battered roof tiles of houses in a Sicilian hill-top village say much about their island home. Separated from its capricious mainland mother by the treacherous Straits of Messina, scarred by volcanic activity and occupied by one foreign culture after another, Sicily has an abrasive edge, an intriguing magical quality. Yet the true nature of Sicily, and its island neighbours to the north, still survives,

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