Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Sicilian Cave Village Is Frozen in Time

Since the Palaeolithic period Grotta Mangiapane has been nestled in a cave between two mountains in Trapani, Sicily. The tiny village is named after the family who lived there until the 1950s and it consists of quaint earth-colored houses, a chapel, stables, workshops and one cobbled main street. It has been restored and functions as a living history museum that invites visitors to step back in time.

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