A study of Sicily in pictures by my housemate and friend Frank Dolci

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Mysterious alley ways Lercarra Friddi.
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Light and shadows from Segesta’s magnificent Greek legacy.
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 Ornate, but secure entrance to Palermo’s Cathedral.
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Ornate structures of Trapani.
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Venus Castle, Erice
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This young man is all decked out for Easter.
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Palazzo Fardella,Trapani. Exemplary of the 18th century Spanish baroque period, this structure continues to radiate with beauty in 21st century.
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 Striking columns from another time adorn the valleys of Agrigento.
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The solace of the meditative Mediterranean near Castellamare.
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 Modern Taormina offers luxury living.
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 Delicatessen in Palermo’s Vucciria.

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