|The Strait of Messina|
Strait of Messina, Italian Stretto di Messina, ancient (Latin) Fretum Siculum, channel in the Mediterranean Sea separating Sicily (west) and Italy (east) and linking the Tyrrhenian and Ionian seas. The strait is 20 miles (32 km) long, 2 miles (3 km) wide in the north (between Faro Point and the Rock of Scylla), and 10 miles (16 km)wide in the south (between capes Alì and Pellaro); it is 300 feet(90 m) deep at the northern end.
|The Trinacria, the symbol of Sicily|
|“Vos et ipsam civitatem benedicimus”|
This information was found in Encyclopaedia Britannica
by Ramiro, Carlos and Jose M Ruiz