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Scylla

Published by Jan Migenda — 2 months ago

Blog: Super Sicily
Tags: Erasmus blog Italy, Italy, Italy

Scylla

Driving by bus, our view was always nice: Wide landscapes like this bay opened up before us in the sunshine!

Scylla

Passing by a village, we saw the beach ...

Scylla

... and we arrived at the castle (again of Norman origin).

Scylla

Now for the main attraction: In the sea around this village, there is a dangerous passage between Calabria and Sicily (Messina). People in antiquity thought there were monsters stirring up the sea. One was named Scylla (the statue shows a woman-like body with sea serpent tails and dog mouths on the waves), the other one was named Charybdis. Many shipwrecks happened here, so mythology added its explanation ...


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