Floridia, (Siracusa)
Not to be confused with Florida.Floridia (Sicilian: Ciuriddia) is a town and comune in the Province of Syracuse, Sicily (Italy).GeographyFloridia lies 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of Syracuse. Its principal industries are agriculture, livestock, and manufacturing.Neighboring communities are Canicattini Bagni, Palazzolo Acreide, Syracuse, and Solarino.HistoryFloridia was founded in 1628.Main sightsFloridia's streets are laid out in an even, rectangular grid pattern. The main landmarks are:Chiesa Madre S. Bartolomeo ApostoloChiesa di S. AntonioChiesa di S. AnnaChiesa del Carmine, whose façade was greatly damaged by the earthquake of 1908, but has since been restoredChiesa della Madonna delle Grazie, erected by the Spanish after their victory over the AustriansChiesa di S. FrancescoCava di Spampinato, a rock formation of crevices and caves that were created by erosionReferencesThis article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.

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