Panorama of Ragusa Ibla, Sicily Grazie to my cousin Giulia for putting up with my unwavering desire to find the exact place to capture this shot!
I was fortunate enough to have my photo taken with the distinguished members of the G. B. Marini Operators Circle of Ragusa Ibla on Tuesday.
Ragusa Ibla photographed with the Piazza del Duomo and the Baroque facade of the Basilica di San Giorgio in the distance. Ragusa Ibla is the high-town of Ragusa, a city that after the earthquake of 1693 was rebuilt into two parts–Ragusa, the lower town with a more modern layout and Ragusa Ibla, the smaller, quieter…
Roofs from the Late-Baroque Era reconstructed town of Ragusa Ibla, Sicily. Ragusa Ibla is part of the Val di Noto, multi-town-group UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo Credit: Experience Sicily’s Filippo Buttitta)
In the beginning of October, Ragusa celebrated the 20th annual “Ibla Buskers Festa di Artisti di Strada.” The Baroque city’s piazzas were full of musicians, circus performers, artists, and–probably most important, spectators. The Associazione Culturale Edrisi and ibla Buskers aims to illustrate the symbiotic relationship between performers and audience and the best street art in…
The iron fence along the staircase leading to Ragusa Ibla’s duomo is itself a work of art.
Balcony, Ragusa Ibla.