Limina Messina is a charming village of medieval origins, placed in 500 meters above the sea.
The name has a dual origin according to some comes from the greek Limnè what does it mean Swamp, because of the marshlands that are within its territory; according to others it comes from the Latin Limen which stands for Confine as delimited territories Taormina and of Messina.
A curiosity of this borogo that is shown in a text of ancient history, which is located at the University of Messina, which it is north of Limina, around 260 a.C., a battle was fought between the Romans and Carthaginians, while the latter were trying to raid the area Jonica. Finally, the village of Limina is the ideal destination for spending relaxing holidays and where to taste the typical Sicilian cuisine.
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