A Site for Sore Eyes? (Pt I)

When I think of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, I tend to think of a single location such as Palace Green in Durham, where both Castle and Cathedral are found, or Studley Royal in Yorkshire, where John Aislabie added his estate and water gardens to the existing ruins of Fountains Abbey.  In Sicily though, I found … Continue reading A Site for Sore Eyes? (Pt I)

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Le Pareti di San Lorenzo

Trans: The Walls of Saint Lawrence If, as a significant proportion of we tourists do, you head from the fountain, opera house and economic muscle of Piazza Ferrari down towards the old port, there's a reasonable chance that you'll pass the Cathedral of San Lorenzo along the way as Via San Lorenzo is the widest … Continue reading Le Pareti di San Lorenzo