Friday, July 14, 2006
Cefalu, Sicily, viewed from La Rocca. The town was mentioned for the first time in 396 BCE in an account by Diodorus Siculus, but Cefalu is more famous for its medieval monuments and, of course, for being the location of the Crowley's Abbey. Click to enlarge.
Posted by Luigi Santos-Hammarlund at 2:27 PM