Sicily's Historic Coasts
The pictures

Come with me and
visit Sicily, an island
of a thousand faces.

Forward, Palermo, Monreale, Erice, Marsala


After the cover page the next three images appear in the Forward section of the book.

Cover of Sicily's Historic Coasts.

Mt. Etna from the Circumetnea Railroad.

Map of my circuit through Sicily from Palermo to Palermo in October, 2000.

Mount Etna up close and silent taken from 9,000 feet.


A Sicilian bar.

Palermo flea market.

Palermo university.

Palermo cathedral.


Christ Pantocrator in Monreale cathedral apse.

Monreale cathedral interior

Monreale cloister.

Column detail at the fountain in Monreale’s cloister.

Columns and fountain in Monreale’s cloister.

A Monreale cloister column capital.

Palm trees at Montreal Cathedral.


St. John the Baptist church in Erice above Trápani.

A wider Erice street.

An Erice castle.

View of Sicilian coast looking north from Erice.

View of Sicilian coast looking south from Erice. Marsalla is on the far tip.


Capo Boeo, near Marsala, the most western point of Sicily with Erice the mountain in the distnce.

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  • Enna, Piazza Armenia, Pozzallo, Ragusa, Syracuse.
  • Taormina, Mt. Etna, Lipari, Cephalú, Palermo.
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