San Fratello: Rough and authentic Sicily

Santuario dei Tre Santi Alfio, Filadelfio e Cirino (Monte San Fratello)

“More than 5,000 people currently in the U.S. are of San Fratello origin,” says Professor Salvatore Mangione, historian and former mayor of San Fratello, a village in the province of Messina, Sicily. ...

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