Strait of Messina


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Noun1.Strait of Messina - the strait separating Sicily from the tip of Italy
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However, the German and Italian armies had successfully evacuated over 100,000 active and wounded troops and more than 25,000 tons of vehicles, ordinance, and stores across the Strait of Messina to the Italian mainland.
It's called Hamalia, an 8-bedroom villa at the center of a 10-hectare citrus grove overlooking the Strait of Messina.
Similarly, at the conclusion of the invasion of Sicily, German forces succeeded in withdrawing personnel and materiel across the Strait of Messina with no effective Allied intervention.
The goal of the present work is to model the mode choice only for users having previously decided to cross the Strait of Messina by hydrofoil on the Reggio Calabria-Messina route.
In the Strait of Messina (central Mediterranean), mass mortalities of Arca noae have been recorded in the last decades (Giacobbe, unpublished data), together with some minor events, patch-distributed in the nearby Ionian and Tyrrhenian coasts.
The ship crossed the Strait of Messina between Italy and
Among the ports of call on this seven-night voyage are Venice, Kotor (Montenegro), Corfu, Strait of Messina, Rome, Ajaccio (Corsica) and Genoa.
We returned to our cabin balcony around 6pm to enjoy the magnificent sight of the ship sailing into the Strait of Messina between the foot of Italy and Sicily.
We returned to our cabin balcony around 6pm to enjoy the magnificent sight of the ship sailing the Strait of Messina, between the foot of Italy and Sicily.
It is the second system of its kind that Sub-Atlantic has provided for AALEA with the first successfully completing a major 100 km pipeline survey through the strong currents of the Strait of Messina, a narrow passage of water in the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and the Italian mainland.
An attacking rider, he's been known as the ''Shark of the Straits'' in reference to the Strait of Messina off Sicily.