Sicily marked by a hodgepodge of cultures

03/15/2006 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Italy's Sicily has been conquered, overrun and annexed countless times throughout history, and that background is part of what makes the island so unique, Alan Solomon writes in the Chicago Tribune. Feast on fantastic pasta, drive up the slopes of Mount Etna, check out the locations used in the "Godfather" films, and marvel at the ancient wonders in the Valley of the Temples.

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