Piazza Armerina (Sicily)

Piazza Armerina is a town in the province of Enna of the autonomous island region of Sicily, southern Italy. The town is famous chiefly for its Roman mosaics in the Villa Romana del Casale, about 3 kilometres (2 miles) to the southwest. It has a range of significant architecture dating from medieval through the 18th century. The discovery and excavation of the well-preserved, highly refined mosaics has helped attract tourists. The medieval history of the city is manifest in some of its houses, which show Norman or Gothic architecture. The main landmarks include a range of architectural styles, such as the massive Baroque cathedral, the nearby Palazzo Trigona, the Garibaldi Theatre. Outside the city is the ancient church of the Priorato di Sant'Andrea (1096), founded by Count Simon of Butera, a nephew of Roger I of Sicily. It has important medieval frescoes.

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Me and the wife dived on in and bought a small home outside of Monreale (PA), sight unseen from USA. We’ve been granted permission to see/secure it and one of the major tasks is to get utilities up and running. Does anyone have advice about electricity, gas, water, internet, garbage?

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