Enna is nicknamed - not unreasonably - the "navel" and "Sicily's belvedere". The highest provincial capital in Italy, the city boasts a superb location on a 948m-high plateau in the centre of the island and surrounded by pale hills dotted with the odd olive tree. Right at the top, sticking out above the tawny-coloured rooftops, is Sicily's largest fortress, a reminder of Enna's former strategic importance.
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