Sicily is an open air museum. Sure, there are the sensational sights and the glorious landscape, but the details are just as rewarding. The island is full of off-kilter stripes, a tessellation of tiles, a kaleidoscope of mosaics, crossed-out graffiti, and attractively decaying billboards. Now that I’ve had a brief taste of Sicily’s main attractions, I hope to return soon to wander through it like a museum, to lovingly appreciate it’s more abstract appeal–the art you don’t need to buy a ticket to see.
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