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Traditions

Traditions

Modica's culinary heritage has always impressed me, the city offers such a variety of products and recipes which are classic of Sicilian and South-

In Sicily, an increasing number of wine producers sharing a respectful and concerned approch to nature, have managed to translate this love for the

Easter is a very special time in Sicily, a wonderful blend of religious celebrations and traditions.

After a break due to a typical end of summer cold, here I am to tell you all about the night out in Ortigia I had mentioned in the last post.

The tradition of performing classic Greek plays in the amazing atmosphere of Syracuse's Greek theatre continued this year with Medea By Euripides,

Sicily's Easter processions and celebrations are the most famous in Italy.

Sant' Agata is Catania's patron saint and is celebrated in February from the 3rd to the 5th with one of the largest religious processions in Italy.

This year, Carnival celebrations will start around Friday, January 25 and finish on Tuesday, February 05, 2008.

The tradition of the Christmas Crib or Nativity Scene is still very strong in Italy and in most homes, stores and town squares you will find both a

One of the beautiful things of an area that has a rich agricultural tradition is that seasons suddenly gain their importance once more, it is not

After a long period of relative silence there could be few events in South-East Sicily more appropriate for reviving the Via Ritiro N.7 diary.