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Video by e-mage
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Music: Michael Chapman – Twisted Road
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San Marco d'Alunzio, an ancient villageof great cultural and tourist interestin the province of Messina is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Overlooking the Tyrrhenian coast up to the Aeolian islands from a height of 548 meters. Churches, Monuments and Museums, along with the fresh air and beautiful landscapes, make San Marco d'Alunzio, a place to discover, visit, know. You'll come across in his courteous and hospitable inhabitants who are very easy to socialize with and learn their tips about amazing places that lurk around every corner. The village in the green of the Nebrodi Park is 87 km from Messina and 135 from Palermo. Among its treasures: the Temple of Hercules of the fourth century BC, the ruins of the Norman castle, the Baroque facades of churches, medieval streets, the Museum of Byzantine-Norman, of Sacred Art and the ethno-anthropological heritage of the Capuchin friars.
Make sure to try the local cuisine, such as home made agnolotti filled with pumpkin, white ragout of the pig of Nebrodi and fondue.

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