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Acireale

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Acireale is a coastal city and commune in the north-east of the province of Catania, Sicily, Italy, at the foot of Mount Etna, on the coast facing the Ionian Sea. It is a diocese, famous for its churches, including the Neo-Gothic St. Peter's Basilica, St. Sebastian's Basilica in the Sicilian Baroque style, and the 17th century Acireale Cathedral, and a seminary, for the training of priests. Acireale is also noted for its art and paintings: the oldest academy in Sicily, the "Accademia dei Dafnici e degli Zelanti", is located here.

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Google previewFodor's Southern Italy (2011)

by Fodor's

Acireale is an easy day trip ...

Google previewBlack Madonnas (2000)

Feminism, Religion, and Politics in Italy by Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum

Acireale is a sea city, swept by breezes from the Ionian. It is not far from the superstrada that streaks through the island's harsh interior to Palermo, and it adjoins Catania. In these two large Sicilian cities the bitterness of Italy's sottoproletario ...

Google previewA Roundabout Journey (1883)

by Charles Dudley Warner

Acireale is a very lovely town built upon a lava stream, overlooking the sea and commanding a superb view of snowy iEtna. All this region has been repeatedly overflowed by lava and shaken by earthquakes, and it is difficult to tell exactly how ...

Google previewFodor's Italy 2016 (2015)

by Fodor's

Acireale is an easy day trip from Catania. Getting Here and Around Buses arrive frequently from Taormina and Catania. Acireale is on the main coastal train route, though the station is a long walk south of the center. Local buses pass every 20 ...

Google previewItaly (2006)

by Fodor's

Acireale is an easy ...

Google previewFodor's Italy 2009 (2008)

by Matthew Lombardi

Acireale is an easy day trip ...

Google previewB. Bradshaw's dictionary of mineral waters, climatic health resorts [&c.] ... of the world (1883)

by B. Bradshaw

Acireale, C'astellamare. Mont-Dore, Evian Neuenahr, Gleiehenberg. Pyrmont, Recoaro, Con- trex6ville. Spa, Gleiehenberg, Mont- Dore, Pyrmont, Recoaro. Divonue-les-Bains, Veldes, Albisbrunn. Acireale, Eaux-Bonnes,Clii- anciano.

Google previewB. Bradshaw's Dictionary of Mineral Waters, Climatic Health Resorts, Sea Baths, and Hydropathic Establishments (1883)

by B. Bradshaw

Acireale, Castellamare. Mont-Dore, Evian Neuenahr, Gleichenberg. Pyrmont, Reeoaro, Con- trexeville. Spa, Gleichenberg, Mont- Dore, Pyrmont, Recoaro. Divonne-les-Bains, Veldes, Albisbrunn. Acireale, Eaux-Bonnes,C'hi - anciano.

Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1906)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

ACIREALE, il'che-ra-a'la (Sicil. loci). A city in Sicily, 525 feet above the sea, at the mouth of the River Aci, which descends from Mount Etna to form a small harbor here, 9 miles northeast of Catania (Map: Italy, lv 10). The broad streets, spacious ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Britannica (1910)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

ACIREALE, a town and episcopal see of the province of Catania, Sicily; from the town of the same name it is distant 9 m. N. by E.

Google previewWorld Gazetteer and Geographical Dictionary

Acireale (d-che-ra-d'ld), tn., Catania, Sicily; thermal springs. Pop. 35,ooo. Ack' worth, par. containing High and Low Ackworth, W. Riding of Yorks, England, 3 m. s. ...

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1917)

Accrington Great Britain Acha Argentina Acheen East Indies Achiote British Honduras Acireale Italy Acklin Bahama Islands Aconcagua Chile ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the World's Coastal Landforms (2010)

by Eric Bird

Around Acireale the cliffs reach the highest point in the Timpa area, which has developed a ...

Google previewDictionary of Minor Planet Names (2012)

by Lutz D. Schmadel

Acicastello, Acitrezza, Acireale, Acibonaccorsi, Acicatena, Aci Sant'Antonio and Aci Santo Filippo. The modern-day river evokes the myth of Aci (or Acis), the young Sicilian shepherd who was in love with Galatea, a Nereid {see planet (74)} .

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