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Hall of Mirrors at the Municipio (Town Hall) in the Baroque town of Noto, Sicily, was modeled after the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles, France.

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Hall of Mirrors at the Municipio (Town Hall) in the Baroque town of Noto, Sicily, was modeled after the Hall of...

Basilica di San Nicolo in the Baroque town of Noto in Sicily, Italy

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Basilica of St. Nicholas in the town of Noto, Sicily, which was rebuilt in the Baroque fashion after an earthquake completely...

In the Jewish Quarter of the Old Town of Syracuse, Sicily, stores traditionally occupied the ground level, while proper homes were on the upper floor. Recent discoveries have located the site of the original synagogue, as well as the Mikvah, the ritual Jewish Bath, which has been completely restored.

Click on above photo to view it in large format: In the Jewish Quarter of the Old Town of Syracuse, Sicily, stores traditionally occupied the ground level, while proper homes were...

Tiny stage at Teatro dei Pupi in Syracuse, Sicily

The clash of metal swords on shields reverberated through the theater. One knight fell, then another; but King Oberto fought on, determined to take back Holland from the Irish invaders. Olimpia,...

Spatola, (Scabbard in English), deep-water fish that have no scales and are easy to prepare, are sold at a local booth at the morning market in Syracuse, Sicily.

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Spatola, (Scabbard in English), deep-water fish that have no scales and are easy to prepare, is sold at a local booth...