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The Slow Pace of Selinunte, Sicily

Some places feed our wanderlust more than they satisfy it. We recognize this on our first day in a location—in the back of our mind, we are already planning to return, to savor more, and to uncover whatever hidden corner we might have missed our first time around.

Selinunte was an ancient Greek city, now the territory of Castelvetrano in the province of Trapani, on the very south-west coast of the ancient trinacria.

The word Selinunte derives from ancient Greek, meaning “wild parsley,” (which is actually a type of celery)...

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