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Grotta del Gelo, a perennial glacier in the volcano’s womb


In the municipality of Randazzo, on the northern slope of Mount Etna, one of the most anomalous and intriguing phenomena in the world rises: a perennial glacier, located in the womb of an active volcano. The southernmost perennial glacier in Europe. It is the Grotta del Gelo (Grotto of Ice) , a long gallery derived […]

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Discovering the Chiancone of Praiola


Halfway between Acireale and Taormina, in the municipal area of ??Giarre, there is a very special beach: Praiola. The beach is very small and narrow, even uncomfortable, as it is formed by large round stones and in continuous movement due to the frequent sea storms. But people love to bathe here, despite the difficulties, and […]

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