Aerial Views Sicily

Sicily and its surrounding small islands have some highly active volcanoes. Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and still casts black ash over the island with its ever-present eruptions. It currently stands 3329 metres (10.922 ft) high, though this varies with summit eruptions; the mountain is 21 m (69 ft) lower now than it was in 1981.

Sicily and Mediterranean Sea

Aerial View of Sicily and the Mediterranean Sea

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Aerial Views of the island of Sicily

Veduta aerea della Sicilia occidentale e Mar Tirreno

Aerial View of West Sicily and Tyrrhenian Sea

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Luftaufnahmen der Insel Sizilien

Luftaufnahme Süd-Sizilien, Italien

Aerial View South Sicily, Italy

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Sicily has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild and wet winters and hot, dry summers with very changeable intermediate seasons. On the coasts, especially the south-western, the climate is affected by the African currents and summers can be scorching. Sicily is seen as an island of warm winters but also, above all along the Tyrrhenian coast and in the inland areas, winters can be cold, with typical continental climate.

Vistas Aéreas de la Isla de Sicilia

Vedute Aeree dell’Isola di Sicilia

مناظر جوية لجزيرة صقلية

Vues Aériennes de l’île de Sicile

Luchtfoto’s van het Eiland Sicilië


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