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Forbes – Novembre 2019
On Italy’s island of Sicily, below a sometimes smoking Mount Etna volcano, the city of Catania bustles with traffic— thrashing motor scooters and dovetailing slipstreams of honking cars. There are color and nobility within this city of endlessly long boulevards on subtle inclines.
Colorful open-air markets sell live, wiggling lumache (snails) for five Euros a kilo, smoked provolone cheese in the shape of miniature tied sacks, and bastardoni—cactus figs from the mountain village of Bronte (which also supposedly grows the world’s tastiest pistachios).