Marianne Rauch

Marianne Rauch traveled to Palermo, Sicily with family members Russ and Kristi and friend Janet, as well as a copy of the Coastal View News, to take in the view of Mt. Etna.

Marianne Rauch traveled to Palermo, Sicily with family members Russ and Kristi and friend Janet, as well as a copy of the Coastal View News, to take in the view of Mt. Etna. The capital city of Sicily, Palermo is over 2,700-years-old and is known for its architecture, culture, cuisine and more dubiously as the home of Cosa Nostra—the Sicilian Mafia.

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