Temple of Hera, Selinunte, Sicily. Selinunte is an ancient Greek archaeological site situated on the south coast of Sicily, southern Italy, between the valleys of the rivers Belice and Modione in the province of Trapani.
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Cefalù - Palermo - Sicily Known, from the 4th c. bc onwards, as Cephaloedium (Greek kephalos means ‘head’ – because the promontory overlooking it is shaped like a small head), Cefalù was conquered by the Carthaginians, the Romans and the Arabs. Re-built by the Normans, it embarked on a long period of peace. A maritime centre with good facilities, Cefalù is famous for its cathedral, founded in 1131 by Roger II.