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Enna Città Aperta

Enna Open Town

Enna is an Italian town of 28,161 inhabitants, capital of the province in Sicily.

Castrogiovanni named until 1927, when it returned to its original name Enna. Known for being the highest provincial capital of Italy, due to the altitude of the town which stood at 931 m at the Town Hall, 992 m to reach the Castello di Lombardia, the ancient acropolis.

The city was called Urbs Inexpugnabilis, by the Romans for its impregnability, Navel of Sicily, for its central geographical position with respect to the Island, and Belvedere of Sicily, for the panoramic views from here you have in various directions.

In the three previous millennia was almost impregnable stronghold of Sicani, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Swabians and Aragonese. Enna preserves the castle, the Fortress of Ceres and the Duomo.

Itinerary

This route involves the historic city center. Its distance Full engages between 4 and 6 hours. The route includes the following areas of interest: