🌊Ma quanto sono belli i posti di mare? Al mattino c'è quella luce chiara che rende tutto più blu e il pomeriggio, un alone dorato - aranciato riscalda tutto il paesaggio 😍
Per chi non lo conoscesse, questo è il porto di Pozzuoli. Quel giorno tornavo da Procida e, sulla terra ferma, mi ha accolto questo splendore 😍
Siracusa: scoglio dei ru frati
The rocks of the two brothers, better known as I ru 'frati.
nicknamed Elephant or Mammoth (looks like an elephant taking care of its baby )because of the shape that the structure is the best known rock in Syracuse .
The official name in Sicilian:
I Ru 'Frati, ("The Two Brothers"), derives from an urban legend in which it is thought that unfortunately two homonymous brothers died there. Two brothers, one day went hunting underwater. One of the two, plunging under water, got stuck in a crack, the other tried to save him, dying unfortunately also drowned. Another version tells that the two brothers, one day decided to dive from the Great Rock. It was a very hot and sunny day. The two brothers climbed the rock, and in the meantime a storm broke out. They dived equally, dying unfortunately drowned by the waves and the stormy sea. There is also a third version, but it does not center with the legend of the dead brothers: it compares these two rocks, one big and one small, to two homonymous brothers, the elder brother and the younger brother.
The old generations used the friars when there were no solariums nor bathing establishments equipped to practice famous dives. One of the people who suffered the most for this collapse of rock by leaving a single brother, is certainly Enzo Maiorca, Syracuse, a legend of apnea died in November 2016.
In 1778 Vivant Denon during his trip to Syracuse quotes the "two brothers", which means that the legend is quite ancient.