Vittorio Emanuele SquarePaceco , Italy
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Vittorio Emanuele Square
The webcam shows the Vittorio Emanuele market square in the center of the city of Paceco, Italy – a popular vacation spot for citizens. Here is the church of St. Catherine.
Located on a hill at an altitude of 30-40 meters above sea level, Paceco, where the live broadcast is coming from, is a farming town inhabited since the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, in a landscape that testifies to the presence of an ancient civilization and consists of Mediterranean vegetation in picturesque landscapes.
Paceco as shown online is a city with a first class artistic and natural heritage. Churches are especially revered here, so it is better to start your acquaintance with the city in a web camera with the Mother Church dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria and dating from 1615-1623. Inside the temple there is a nave and four remarkable paintings donated by Princess Maria Fardella and depicting “Santa Rosalia” and “San Carlo Borromeo”. Art critics consider these works to be among the best in the Trapani commune area, where the online broadcast is conducted from.
Other noteworthy churches in Paceco in the online camera are the Baroque Rosary Church, the Church of San Francesco di Paola, which has works by Antonello Gagini (1478-1536) and the Church of Portosalvo.
Just a kilometer from Paceco in the webcam should visit the ancient tower of Misiligiafari (called “Tozzazza”), which for a long time was the official residence of the noble family of Fardella. The tower is located on an estate of Arab origin called Misililigafari (the name comes from the term “manzil”, meaning “resting place where one dismounts from a horse”), and consists of a fortress located on a hill on the site of earlier Arab and Norman castles.
Of great interest to tourists traveling through Paceco online is the Saltworks Natural Reserve (Riserva naturale orientata Saline di Trapani e Paceco). Here you will find one of the most amazing landscapes in Italy. The visit can be enjoyed in a calm atmosphere among the water, canals and mills, walking and listening to the calls of many varieties of birds that inhabit the salt marshes.
The local environment is home to plants that have adapted to these unusual saline conditions, and interesting plants such as “Posidonia oceanica” and several rare plant species such as “calendula maritima” and the so-called “Maltese mushroom” grow along the water channels. “.
The aforementioned reserve is also of exceptional importance for its fauna. About 200 species have been identified, including herons, gulls, flamingos, spoonbills, marsh hawks and more than 5,000 ducks that have found refuge here.
The “Salt Museum” is also located on the territory of the natural park, in which typical equipment used in the work of the salt pan is exhibited.
While relaxing in Paceco in an online camera, you should visit the city of Trapani, where there is also a webcam with a broadcast on the Baltic Live Cam website. Here you can climb the cable car to the mountain town of Erice, the view of which is shown by the camera online on our website. From the top of this town, there are stunning views of the coast and the settlements below. It is also interesting to visit the beautiful island of Levanzo and explore its prehistoric caves.
Watch other beautiful Baltic Live Cam live streams from Italy – Grand Canal, Campo Santa Maria Formosa, St. Mark’s Basin in Venice, Favignana Island panorama.