Select a Destination You can select multiple destinations. Nowhere is this phoenix-like commitment to rebuilding and reincarnation more obvious than the impressive Messina Cathedral and clocktower. Originally built in the 12th century and accidentally burnt to the ground in , the cathedral was destroyed again by earthquakes in and , as well as by an incendiary WWII bomb in Exuding an air of space and calm in contrast to more bustling Sicilian cities, the way of life in Messina is decidedly laid back.
We have arrived here by ship, which docks almost in he centre of the city! A 5 minute walk from the cruise ship and one is looking at awe at the Cathedral, with its working clock. There are shops and any amount of eating and drinking spots near the ship, and all offer free WIFI. Enjoyable to walk about and see the sights of this town.
This new extra high voltage submarine cable interconnection had begun being installed on September and was completed on April This interconnection was considered of strategic importance for the development of the entire national power grid. The total power transmission capacity of the new link is 2, MW and had enhance the current kV alternate current 1, MW link that was already connecting the power grids of Sicily and Calabria across the Strait of Messina, which was installed in by Prysmian PowerLink, then known as Pirelli Cables. Prysmian PowerLink Ltd. Each circuit was comprised of three 3 power cables and one 1 optical cable laid in buddle with one power cable.