Is Sicily a continent?
No. It is an island that is part of Italy. Italy is in the continent of Europe.
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Sicily is an autonomous region of Italy, it is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Minor islands around it are also considered to be part of Sicily.
Sicily is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea. Thepopulation of Sicily is five million people and it has an area of9,900 square miles.
An island of southern Italy in the Mediterranean Sea west of the southern end of the Italian peninsula.
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The capital of Sicily is Palermo
Sicily is an autonomous region of Italy and it's largest island. Taken from Answers.com: . The island was once a city-state in its own right, and as the Kingdom of Sic…ily ruled from Palermo over southern Italy, Sicily, and Malta. It later became a part of the Two Sicilies under the Bourbons, a kingdom governed from Naples that comprised both the island itself and most of southern Italy. The Italian unification of 1860 led to the dissolution of this kingdom, and Sicily became an autonomous part of the Kingdom of Italy. Sicily is today an autonomous region of Italy. Of all the regions of Italy, Sicily covers the largest land area at 25,708 square kilometres (9,926 sq mi) and currently has just over five million inhabitants.
I'm pretty sure Sicily is an Italian island. That would mean that it was in Europe.
Wikipedia describes Sicily as "an autonomous region of Italy". Autonomous, but from my somewhat limited understanding, not entirely independent.
There a lot of things to do in Sicily ! You can go visit Mount Etna a volcano in Tourmina . You could also visit the capital of Sicily which is Messina . You could go… to the beach for a day or go shopping.
Yes, it is quite mountainous but at the same time there is flat land!
Yes... lots! There are 46 different species there - 15 of which potentially dangerous.
you go to Sicily and buy a house and live there, as long as you are an EU resident otherwise you'd need to get paperwork done. god some people's questions are ridiculous.
No, Carthage was in North Africa (today's Tunis).