Volume 19, No. 2

moltoitalianoVolume 19, No. 2


NEWSLETTER FEATURES

Turkish StepsScala dei Turchi (Turkish Steps)
Located on Sicily’s southern coast between Realmonte and Porto Empedocle in Agrigento is the naturally carved staircase that has formed from centuries of wind and rain. The majestic white staircase known as the Scala dei Turchi (Turkish Steps) cascades down the cliff into the beautiful blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

Capuchin Catacombs
Located in the city of Palermo on the Italian island of Sicily is without a doubt one of the most interesting, intriguing and gruesome tourist spots in the world. This place, which is sometimes referred to as the Museum of Death, contains some 8000 mummified bodies that date back to the 16th century. These bodies line the walls of the Catacombs, which is located directly underneath the Capuchin Convent.

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Molto Italiano featured item:

The Other End of the LineThe Other End of the Line

A wave of refugees has arrived on the Sicilian coast, and Inspector Montalbano and his team have been stationed at port, alongside countless volunteers, to receive and assist the newcomers. Meanwhile, Livia has promised their presence at a friend’s wedding, and the inspector, agreeing to get a new suit tailored, meets the charming master seamstress Elena Biasini. But while on duty at the dock one late night, tragedy strikes, and a woman is found gruesomely murdered.
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MOLTO ITALIANO FEATURES

Formia* Photo of the Week
Formia

A view of the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Formia. Formia is a city in the province of Latina within the Lazio region.

* Proverb
Chi sputa in su, lo sputo gli torno sul viso.

* Recipe
Here is a great recipe for biscotti.


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