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- Pantelleria (Italian pronunciation: [pantelleˈriːa];), the ancient Cossyra or Cossura, is an Italian island and comune in the Strait of Sicily in the Mediterranean...
- Pantelleria Airport (IATA: PNL, ICAO: LICG) is a regional airport on the Italian island of Pantelleria. It is located 5 km from the town centre and features...
- The Pantelleria Vecchia Bank Megalith is an anomalous artifact of uncertain origin, located on the Pantelleria Vecchia Bank in the Sicily Channel between...
- Santorini and the Italian island of Pantelleria and the Aeolian Islands, especially Salina. Capers from Pantelleria and Aelian island are recognized as...
- Sicilian Strait, Sicilian Channel, Channel of Sicily, Sicilian Narrows and Pantelleria Channel; Italian: Canale di Sicilia or the Stretto di Sicilia; Sicilian:...
- is sometimes discussed with another Sicilian wine, P****ito di Pantelleria (Pantelleria Island's raisin wine). Marsala wine is frequently used in cooking...
- northeast of Sicily; and another cluster around the Mediterranean island of Pantelleria. Three of Italy's volcanoes have erupted in the last hundred years: Mount...
- Pantelleria National Park (Italian: Parco ****onale Isola de Pantelleria) is an Italian national park on the island of Pantelleria. The park was established...
- Cork**** was the code name for the Allied invasion of the Italian island of Pantelleria (between Sicily and Tunisia) on 11 June 1943, prior to the Allied invasion...
- are also two small airports on the Sicilian islands of Lampedusa and Pantelleria. In 2011 the airports of Sicily collectively handled 13,257,369 p****engers...
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