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|Aerolinee Itavia Flight 870, also known in the Italian media as the Ustica Massacre ("Strage di Ustica"), was an Italian flight that suffered an in-flight explosion while in route from Bologna, Italy to Palermo, Italy. It was a regularly scheduled flight from Guglielmo Marconi Airport in Bologna, Italy to Palermo International Airport in Palermo, Italy. The flight departed 2 hours late at 8.08 ...||07/20/2009||655|
|Speedboat near the coast of Sicily in the Gulf of Palermo / Golfo di Palermo.||09/01/2005||472|
|A view of Palermo, Italy.||09/29/2005||987|
|Home of Serie A football team Palermo.||10/07/2005||321|
|The plans for the post-invasion battle had not been worked out in detail. Each Army was expected to advance towards its own objectives; boundaries between the two armies were fixed. In the first two days progress was excellent, capturing Vizzini in the west and Augusta in the east.|
However resistance in the British sector then stiffened. Montgomery persuaded Alexander to shift th...
|Also known as "Palazzo Reale", this palace is actually the location of the Parliament of the Sicily Region.|
|The Castle commissioned by Ali Pasha Tepelena, gifted to his wife Vasiliqi. The castle is also mentioned by Alexander Dymas in his book Cont of Monte Cristo.||05/09/2006||807|
|Ietas (or Iaitas or Iaeta or Ietae or Jetae), was an ancient town of the interior of Sicily, in the northwest of the island, not very far from Panormus (modern Palermo), in the modern comune of San Giuseppe Jato whose name reflects the ancient town's.|
|Hippodrome, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hipodromo de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.||08/05/2005||509|
|The airport is named for the historic city of Carthage, located just north of the airport.|
IATA Airport Code TUN.
|It was in May 2001 that work on airfield refurbishment, modernisation and restyling began. It was hardly seven months later, in November of the same year, that Le Castellet Airport became an upmarket international business airport and the No. 2 airport of the Var. A veritable record!|
|Himera (Greek: Ἱμέρα), was an important ancient Greek city of Sicily, situated on the north coast of the island, at the mouth of the river of the same name (the modern Grande), between Panormus (modern Palermo) and Cephaloedium (modern Cefalý). Its remains lie within the borders of the modern comune of Termini Imerese.|