Messina Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Messina, Sicily.
Make a stop near the harbor to admire Fountain of Neptune, a symbol of Messina's power, which was created in the 16th century.
Built in Sicilian Baroque style, this temple was often used by Richard the Lionheart during the Third Crusade.
The astronomical clock of Messina is an astronomical clock constructed by the Ungerer Company of Strasbourg in 1933.
This monumental fountain was created by Michelangelo's disciple in the 16th century. It depicts the triumph of Orion.
The Church of the Santissima Annunziata dei Catalani is a church in Messina, Sicily Italy. It is an example of Norman architecture in Sicily.
The first religious building that was reconstructed after the 1908 earthquake.
The Pylons of Messina are two free-standing steel towers, the Sicilian one in Torre Faro and the Calabrian one in Villa San Giovanni.
The Palace of culture of Messina, inaugurated to the public as Palacultura Antonello da Messina, on 12 February 2010, is a multipurpose…
A statue dedicated to Don Giovanni of Austria, who was the admiral of the Holy League fleet at the Battle of Lepanto.
Faro Point is the northeastern promontory of Sicily situated in Messina province, northeast of the city of Messina.
Stadio San Filippo - Franco Scoglio is a football stadium in Messina, Italy. It is currently the home of A.C.R.
Forte Gonzaga, also known as Castel Gonzaga, is a bastioned fort in Messina, Sicily.
The Interdisciplinary Regional Museum of Messina is a museum of painting, sculpture and archaeology in the city of Messina.
The "Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel", better known as Carmine Church, is a Roman Catholic church in Via Porta Imperiale, Messina,…
Capo Peloro Lighthouse is an active lighthouse located in Punta del Faro on the Strait of Messina, the most north-eastern promontory of…