Federico II

The plan can accommodate till 4 people and is equipped with services. The King of Sicily strongly promoted the culture of the school of the Sicilian Poets, a vast program of political reform and financial institution and the realisation of castles on the whole territory.

The Services

At Village of the Etna is possible to find barbecue, parlour games, cards, reading room and TV and all that is necessary to make Your stay more comfortable and fun. The structure is an internal parking. The Village of the Etna stays open all year.


Federico II of Sicily or Swabia (1194 – 1250), was king of Sicily, king of Jerusalem, emperor of the Romans, king of Italy and king of Germany. Met with the names of Stupor Mundi (“Wonder Of the World)” PUER APULIAE (“child of Apulia”), thus the crest.

Federico was born in 1194 by Enrico, son of Federico Barbarossa, and by the Constantia Altavilla. His empire was largely characterised by a loud and legislative activity of cultural and technological innovation. That same appreciable man of letters was convinced, protector of scholars and artists. His court was place for meeting between the cultures Latin, Greek, Arabic and Jewish.

Important birth under its legislature “of the school of the Sicilian Poets”, also note with the name of School of Magna Curia, promoted and highly wanted from THE same Federico. The most famous Poets were Jacopo Leontini, marina Vines, the Sky, Alcamo Stefano Protonataro Enzo and King, this last natural kid from the Emperor. It is from the Sicilian linguistics mainly the Sicilian, School is the first sign of Italian which was filmed by Dante, vulgar model of illustrious one elected by him and say I developed in De vulgari eloquentia, in fact, even rewrite it and enriching it wise of Tuscan, Latin contributions, French, and so are the foundations of modern Italian language here.

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