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*It is site of the [[Strait of Messina]] [[crossing]]s, one of the [[World's Top 100 Island Swims]].
 
*It is site of the [[Strait of Messina]] [[crossing]]s, one of the [[World's Top 100 Island Swims]].
 
*The [[Malta]]-to-Sicily International Relay is a 93 km relay race in the [[Mediterranean Sea]].
 
*The [[Malta]]-to-Sicily International Relay is a 93 km relay race in the [[Mediterranean Sea]].
*[[Nicky Farrugia]] completed the first swim from [[Sicily]], Italy to the island of [[Gozo]] in the [[Malta]] archipelago in 1985 in 30 hours 17 minutes.
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*[[Nicky Farrugia]] completed the first swim from Sicily, Italy to the island of [[Gozo]] in [[Malta]] in 1985 in 30 hours 17 minutes.
 
*[[Neil Agius]] completed a 100 km Sicily to [[Malta]] swim in 28 hours 9 minutes on 26 June 2020.
 
*[[Neil Agius]] completed a 100 km Sicily to [[Malta]] swim in 28 hours 9 minutes on 26 June 2020.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
  
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* [https://openwaterswimming.com/2020/06/swimming-south-of-sicily-neil-agius-goes-100-km/ Swimming South Of Sicily ... Neil Agius Goes 100 km]
 
* [https://openwaterswimming.com/2019/03/sue-guesdon-doubly-honored-by-two-halls/ Sue Guesdon Doubly Honored By Two Halls Of Fame]
 
* [https://openwaterswimming.com/2019/03/sue-guesdon-doubly-honored-by-two-halls/ Sue Guesdon Doubly Honored By Two Halls Of Fame]
* [https://openwaterswimming.com/2020/06/swimming-south-of-sicily-neil-agius-goes-100-km/ Swimming South Of Sicily ... Neil Agius Goes 100 km]
 
  
 
[[Category:Places]]
 
[[Category:Places]]

Revision as of 05:25, 27 June 2020

Sicily, the largest Mediterranean Sea island, is just off the "toe" of Italy's "boot." Its rich history is reflected in sites like the Valley of the Temples, the well-preserved ruins of 7 monumental, Doric-style Greek temples, and in the Byzantine mosaics at the Cappella Palatina, a former royal chapel in capital city Palermo. On Sicily’s eastern edge is Mount Etna, one of Europe’s highest active volcanoes.

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