He is patron of Taormina, where he has possessed himself of a Greek temple; and he also protects the faithful of Giardini.
Then we accompanied them to the station and saw them off for Taormina.
Here are two Americans our prisoners, and they have many and powerful friends, both at Taormina and at Naples.
I have received a message from Garibaldi, ordering me to move to Taormina, on the sea-coast.
In commemoration of one of the cities he had laid in ashes, he was created Duke of Taormina.
She will further recollect assenting to my suggestion of a villa at Taormina.
Happily I had made friends with a young man of Taormina—capo della musica—who happened to be at the station.
The blue of ocean, the white of Etna, the gray of Taormina—this is the scene.
Taormina is bound to the green hillside by one long, curving white ribbon of a street, with flying tag-ends of alleys and byways.
I have learned now that Taormina is famous for these marbles.