Si Trova: a Mazara del Vallo
Lat: 37° 39' 5.319926" N - Long: 12° 35' 24.27989" E
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Piazza della Repubblica is the most representative square of Mazara del Vallo.
From here, some decorated with colored majolica tiles alleys start and pass through some of the most characteristic streets of Mazara, a town with the decidedly more African soul than Sicily.
The baroque aspect of the square is given by the presence of some of the most interesting buildings in Mazara, such as the Cathedral, the bishop's palace, the beautiful palace of the Seminary of the Clerics and the Diocesan Museum.
In the center of the square is the eighteenth-century statue of San Vito, patron saint of Mazara.
What happened in Sicily: 24 June
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Dionigian walls of Syracuse
The most extensive boundary walls of the classical world
Mura Dionigiane di Siracusa
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