- a seaport in NE Sicily, in Italy.
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“You are always guaranteed to see Ernesto whip off his towel in the name of performance art,” Milazzo said.Inside London's Underground Burlesque and Fetish Scene
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Reach the Aeolians by ferry from Naples, or Milazzo on Sicily.It’s a Big, Big World: Sights That Make You Feel Small
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They continued the journey by boat from Milazzo to Messina, where he arrived on the 30th.
Giulio went with others by train to Milazzo and the train could go no further.
There was hard fighting at Milazzo, but in time the city fell, and Messina lay practically open to the invaders.Builders of United Italy
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In Milazzo and its territory the fiancé makes a present of a small gold cross for the neck, an engagement-ring and a dish of fish.
In Milazzo the dance "threatens the existence of the bride," to cite an historian of the place.
- a port in NE Sicily: founded in the 8th century bc; scene of a battle (1860), in which Garibaldi defeated the Bourbon forces. Pop: 32 108 (2001)Ancient name: Mylae (ˈmaɪˌliː)
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