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A Journey among Nature, Art, and Traditions

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The flora plays a leading role in the territory of the Park. This botanic paradise, together with its peaks reaching 1,979m of height, houses more than the half of the 2,600 Sicilian species and about 150 of the 200 endemic species. The most important one is Abies Nebrodensis, with 29 specimens. The wildlife is characterized by the 65% of the nesting birds and by all the mammals which can be found in Sicily. The Park is also well-known for its interesting geological aspects and its landscape. From several points, it is possible to admire wonderful landscapes like Etna, Nebrodi, and the Aeolian Islands, which offer an unforgettable and almost unreal view at dawn and at sunset.

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The Area
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Environmental education
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