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The regional nature reserve of Isole dello Stagnone of Marsala is a nature reserve in Sicily, founded in 1984 in the municipality of Marsala.
Extending on the West coast of Sicily in the municipality of Marsala, in the stretch of sea between Cape San Teodoro and capo Boeo or Lilybaeum, encompassing the four islands of San Pantaleo (Mozia), big island, choir and Santa Maria and saline coastal San Teodoro, Genna and Ettore Infersa.
The reserve includes the "Lagoon" (hence the name) a lagoon, the largest of Sicily characterized by shallow water (1-2 m and often no more than 50 cm). Fol
Marsala is a medieval castle castle of Norman origin. In the past it was used as a prison.
The eastern corner of the city, where the two arms of the Punic ditch meet, in an elevated position with respect to the slope in front of the city with a large sloping floor free of buildings facing the city, was built the medieval castle. Founded perhaps only as a fortified enclosure in the Norman age (but you can't escludeer that points there was a Byzantine Fort), was reinforced in Swabian age, as attested by the pseudo-trapezoidal plant and some stylistic elements, such as the ribs of an en
The construction of the Cathedral Church of Marsala had several modifications over the centuries. The dome, for example, was rebuilt and completed in 1951, while the Church was built in 1607.
Characterized for hosting, paintings, sculptures and sacred objects, even from churches destroyed or desecrated, through which it is possible to trace a profile of Sicilian artistic culture from the 15th century onwards.
Motya (Ancient Greek: Μοτύη, Μοτύα; Italian: Mozia, Mothia; Sicilian: Mozzia), was an ancient and powerful city on an island off the west coast of Sicily, between Drepanum (modern Trapani) and Lilybaeum (modern Marsala). The island was renamed San Pantaleo in the 11th century by Basilian monks. It lies in the Stagnone Lagoon, and is within the comune of Marsala.
Though it was built by preceding cultures, it was settled for nearly four centuries by the Phoenicians.
The island is nearly 850 metres (2,790 ft) long and 750 metres (2,460 ft) wide, and about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) (six stadia) from the
Palazzo Fici is one of the most significant ese palaces of the 18th century. The main façade on the old Cassaro (now Via XI Maggio). From the lavish balcony, richly decorated with Baroque motifs, then passes in the airy arcaded courtyard, around which wind through various interiors. By 2011, hosts the municipal wine shop and therefore friends meeting place for wine lovers.