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Antonello da Messina. Virgin Annunciate. ca Featured Messina Print

Antonello da Messina. Virgin Annunciate. ca

Antonello da Messina. Virgin Annunciate. ca. 1476. The Virgin reading with a bookrest. Renaissance art. Quattrocento. Oil on wood. ITALY. Palermo. Fine Arts Museum. Date

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Annunciate, Antonello, Art, Bookrest, Ca, Color, Colour, Da, Fine, Inside, Insides, Interior, Interiors, Italy, Messina, Museum, Oil, Palermo, Quattrocento, Reading, Renaissance, Up Right, Vertical, Virgin, Wood

Cala Junco, Geologic Wonder at Panarea Featured Messina Print

Cala Junco, Geologic Wonder at Panarea

Cala Junco is a geologic wonder on Panarea island. Volcanic basalt column formations recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Panarea is one of the seven islands of the Aeolian archipelago north of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, Italy

© Federica Grassi

2015, 549207873, Aeolian Islands, Aquatic Sport, Basalt Column, Dirt, Fun, Geology, Horizontal, Italian Culture, Italy, Mediterranean Sea, Messina Province, Panarea, Photography, Relaxation, Rock Formation, Sailboat, Sailing, Sicily, Travel Destinations, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site, Vacations, Volcanic Landscape, Volcanic Rock

Umberto Cagni's Polar expedition ship, the Stella Polare Featured Messina Print

Umberto Cagni's Polar expedition ship, the Stella Polare

Polar Exploration of Umberto Cagni (1863-1932) of the Royal Italian Navy. He is best known for his leadership in the expedition (by dogsled), which headed northward over the surface of the Arctic Ocean in 1900. While his party failed in their goal of reaching the North Pole, Cagni and his men achieved the northernmost point achieved by exploration up to that time on 25th April 1900. This card shows Cagni's expedition ship, the Stella Polare. Following his Polar achievement, Cagni returned to Italian naval service. He led naval relief efforts in the 1908 Messina earthquake, participated in the colonial conquest of Libya in 1911-1912, served in World War I, retired in 1923 as an admiral, and was named to the Italian Senate!!! Date: 1900

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection