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22 April 2018

The “three legs” of Sicily

The Triscele, symbol of Sicily, finds its origins in the greek mythology. It represents a head of a Gorgon, whose hair is entwined serpents with ears of wheat, and from which three bent legs branch off with its feet pointing in the same direction. Gorgons are mythologic characters, monstrous-looking with snakes in place of hair, […]

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