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Egadian Islands
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The Egadian Islands were colonized about 10'000 B.C. as attested by graffiti and paintings in caverns in Favignana and Levanzo. At that time the entire Egadian Archipelago was connected to Sicily. The Trapani zone and the egadian islands were an important settling of the phoenicians and punic's up to about 100 B.C. followed by the Romans, 810 A.D. by Arabs, 1120 by the Normans and 1600 by the Spanish.
Favignana was an important tuna fish fishing base since ancient times.
More information about the Egadian Islands at: http://www.egadi.com

Favignana Island

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Levanzo Island

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Marettimo Island

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harbor and village at Marettimo

harbor and village at Marettimo

harbor and village at Marettimo

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