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Photo by Jean-Baptiste Hétier

Italy, Sicily Detail Story


I have no idea what “panettello” means, but if you type it in your favourite search engine, you will find similar pictures and more information on that place :D

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  • The complete sentence is:
    «finché avremo un panettello noi lo divideremo con il poverello»

    In a free translation means something like:
    «until we have a bread we will share with the poor man»

    Remus @ 2010-10-07 21:29:47
  • Lumière très sympa.

    Pierre @ 2010-10-08 11:11:51
  • Thanks Remus. I didn't know you spoke italian.

    Merci Pierre.

    djib @ 2010-10-08 11:50:23
  • I do not speak italian. But italian as portuguese is a latin language, many words are almost identical.

    Remus @ 2010-10-10 11:43:49
  • French is a latin language as well but I wasn't able to get the meaning of that sentence ;)

    djib @ 2010-10-11 09:37:50
  • Can you please tell me, where you made this photo? I know it is Catania, Sicilia, but what is the name of the monument, the place and the building in the background??

    Christian Lemaire @ 2011-01-04 19:35:53
  • The name of the place is San Francesco d'Assisi in Catania.

    Check it out with Bing Maps

    Or with Google Maps

    djib @ 2011-01-04 23:04:13

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155 mm (233 mm)
1/320 sec – f/8
ISO 200
Flash: Not Fired

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