You, Me & Sicily: Returning to Sicily!

Millions of Sicilians and Italians left for the "promised land" at the end of the 19th and beginning of 20th century. Today many have a yearning to return. On this Episode of "You, Me & Sicily" we travel to the Province of Messina and Catania as one woman reconnects with her roots in Sicily.

Watch the video here http://www.tripfilms.com/Travel_Video-v109261-Returning_to_Sicily-Video....

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