Category Archives: Sicilia

Refraction on the Enchanted Seaside of Palermo

Years has passed but I still remember the beautiful refraction on the Palermo seaside. I arrived Palermo by train and the first sight out of the station was not that pleasant. Walking on the street, I felt the city was cold, dark, and somehow abandoned. And of course after many people had mentioned the Italian […]
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Containers of Flavors: Treasures Found in Palermo’s Fresh Market

One of the places I love to explore when traveling in a foreign city is the local fresh market. They are like treasures to me: I never know what surprise I will encounter the next minute! I found this booth selling jars of Sicilian snacks in a Palermo open-air fresh market. Besides the famous carciofi, […]
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Agrigento, Greek Temple Valley Full of Relics

Agrigento, the Greek temple valley in south Sicily island, is regarded as one of the must-visit sight when you are in Sicily. Overlooking the sea with lots of ancient Greek buildings locating on the site, Agrigento distribute a foreign country style, which is hardly found in other places in Italy. Remains of one atlas in […]
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Photo Sharing: That Year I Spent One Day in Palermo

The other day I was tidying up my photo collections, and found the pictures that I took during my trip to Palermo 7 years ago. Italy was one of the first European countries that I visited, and despite all the other famous cities (Milan, Florence, Rome……) I went to Sicily on my first trip to […]
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