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La Fornace Penna, Scicli
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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Affascinante questa gigantesca fornace costruita tra 1909 e 1912, oggi abbandonata a Punta Pisciotto, simbolo di una velleità industriale e di conquista purtroppo persa. La "Mannara" (significato ovil... read more »Fascinating this giant kiln built between 1909 and 1912, abandoned today in Punta Pisciotto, a symbol of industrial ambitions and conquest unfortunately lost. The "Nes" (meaning the fold) of the tv series Il Commissario Montalbano is desolate place, night frequentation for couples, like in the movies of the Commissioner, overlooking the sea and in total decay. Nice to see even if dying in a wild natural environment.show original
una delle città più belle della sicilia piena di storia.....tanto da visitare e' dir poco bellissimaone of the most beautiful cities of Sicily full of history ... so much to visit and is nothing short of beautifulshow original
La fornace Penna è in contrada Pisciotto a Sampieri, autentico esempio di archeologia industriale. Il punto è molto suggestivo, ma complicato da raggiungere. Dovrebbe essere messa in sicurezza per con... read more »The pen is in contrada Pisciotto in Sampieri, authentic example of industrial archeology. The point is very impressive, but hard to achieve. Should be secured to allow tourists to visit and enjoy the natural landscape which is overlooked and which is now a known element, also thanks to the episodes of Montalbano, as was the case for the whole area of Ragusa.show original
Italo FerrariOne of the attractions of the drama of Montalbano. To see. Very nice sea view.show original
Damiano RigoI went on holidays in Sampieri in 85 and for 1 month in the morning under the rocks of the Pisciotto "(so it was called the former Brickyard) fished with friends Octopus, sea urchins, fish and crustaceans and clams on the beach. The Pisciotto was "wild" unrestored, mysterious-looking decidedly!!show original
Oliver TeskeFor photographers a very interesting site, you can't get in though but the whole area is very photogenic. Not very far from the street is gone and a detour for hobby photographers most definitely worth.show original
Antonio CondorelliA very charming place, made famous by the television drama of Montalbano. Not to be missed!show original
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