Our visit to the splendid island of Sicily, keeps on with the discovering of another Sicilian pearl.

Ragusa is called the “city of bridges” for the presence of three very picturesque structures of historical value.

It is divided into two large districts: on one side Ragusa upper, located on the plateau, on the other Ragusa Ibla, built from the ruins of the ancient city and rebuilt according to the ancient medieval layout.

In Val di Noto several architecturally significant buildings are located, they were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2002.

Ragusa is one of the most important places for the presence of evidence of Baroque art, such as its churches and its eighteenth-century buildings.

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