Erice (Italy)


Erice (Italy)
Erice (Italy)
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  • Tirreno Hotel Erice (Erice) — Tirreno Hotel Erice country: Italy, city: Erice (Pizzolungo) Tirreno Hotel Erice Built in traditional style, Tirreno Hotel Erice is a superior tourist class hotel that offers comfort and convenience for the guests.Location The hotel is located in …   International hotels

  • Chiesa Matrice, Erice — The Chiesa Matrice is a church in Erice, Sicily, southern Italy. It dates back the beginning of the 15th century (an original fresco dates back to 1420) and is built in the shape of a Latin cross with two entrances. The church is enriched by… …   Wikipedia

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