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At the centre of the fountain he created in Syracuse, Giulio Moschetti (1847-1909) portrayed Diana, the goddess of the hunt, in all of her calm and pride. At her feet, Alpheus looks on in amazement as his beloved Arethusa turns into a fountain: appalled by the river god’s erotic pursuit, the nymph had asked for Diana’s help, leading to her metamorphosis. She sunk into the ground and emerged on the island of Ortygia, the oldest part of the Sicilian city. According to legend, that is the origin of the spring named after Arethusa.
A truly quintessential boutique bed and breakfast, Lemon House is located in the hills of Rina, a hamlet on the outskirts of the town of Savoca; city of art and voted one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Savoca is famous f...