Unesco sites tour
The passage of many different peoples in Sicily has meant that each of them left marvelous testimony of a region that already has extraordinary natural beauty. The passage in Sicily, among others, of Sicanians, Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans,
Greeks, Byzantines and Spaniards, contributed to enriching this land with monuments, temples, palaces, archaeological sites and many traditions from different cultures. These factors, together with the natural beauties, have resulted to have in Sicily a large number of sites classified by UNESCO as World Human Heritage: the Aerchaeological Park at Agrigento, the Villa Romana del Casale in Piazza Armerina, the late Baroque towns of Val Noto, Syracuse and the rocky Necropolis of Pantalica, Mount Etna and Aeolian Islands as well as Unesco's intangible assets such as the screw Sapling of Pantelleria and the Opera dei Pupi as well as the Mediterranean Diet, transnational heritage.
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