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Discover 3 places to see in Sambuca di Sicilia

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ANTIQUARIUM DI MONTE ADRANONE DOCUMENTARY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

On a hill a short distance from Sambuca di Sicilia, remain the impressive ruins of a Center, who lived between the 8th and 3rd century. b.c. in an area between the area of influence and sicana elimo-Punic. From these various cultures descended the complex pattern of this site, due to its prominent position played also an important strategic significance both in more archaic stage in relation to the location of Selinuntia odòs, the road connecting Selinunte with Akragas, allowed selinuntina penetration both in Hellenistic period, when it became, arguably, the cornerstone of that system of stron


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GIANBECCHINA INSTITUTION

The Gianbecchina Institution, founded in December 1997 for the sensitivity and foresight of Sambucese municipality, following a generous donation by 190 of the illustrious Artist works in his native already has to his credit a period of life and you can try a first report to verify the effectiveness of its function.
The establishment is within the sambucese community, a busy presence and, at the same time, quiet and discreet. Thanks to the zeal of its Board of Directors, the establishment has become a driving force, flying to many cultural events.
It represents a permanent laboratory for Sambuca


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POLITICAL SAMBUCHESE The LITERARY LOUNGE 800

There are historical setting: Francesco Crispi, Emanuele Navarro
the Mako, Vincenzo Navarro, George Sand, Oreste Baratieri and Vincenzo
Giordano Orsini. Reconstruction, among other things, proposes an episode underestimated
of the epic Garibaldi in Sicily: the chased column Orsini, who pretended to retreat
towards the Interior of Sicily, found hospitality at Sambuca. It joined
Emanuele Navarro of Miraglia, recognized by l. Sciascia, forerunner of
Realism for the literary work "Nana".


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