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Mascali, whose name derives from the Greek-Byzantine language, is a nice town in the province of Catania recently re-built after the Etna's volcanic eruption in 1928.
The Church of Nunziatella and the Church of Maria SS. Dell'itria home many important Greek remains.
During the Norman period - since 1092 - Mascali, together with Giarre, Milo, Riposto and S. Alfio, was part of a barony ruled by the Bishop of Catania. The barony was transformed in county in the XVI century until the abolition of the feudalism in 1812.


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