Italian provinces and municipalities - Useful information and tour guide
- 20 Italian municipalities
- Population: 168.052 inhabitants
- Surface: 2.562,10 sq km
- Density: 65 inhabitants per square km
It is the only Sicilian province that is landlocked.
It is bordered to the north by the Province of Messina, on the west by the provinces of Palermo and Caltanissetta, on the east by the Province of Catania and south again to Caltanissetta and Catania.
Enna can be divided into two zones: Enna Enna High and Low also called for the presence of the church of St. Anne.
High Enna (commonly referred to simply as Enna) is the historic town; is spread over a mountain to 970 m of altitude and was until after the war, the only urban settlement of the capital.
It is an agricultural and mining center (potassium).
It was a decisive strategic center first and then Sicilian greek and its elevated position became a veritable fortress in the Byzantine period.
The city was conquered by the Arabs ne1l'859.
Thriving in the medieval period, under Frederick II of Swabia and then under Frederick II of Aragon (XIV century).
The nearest airport is Catania Fontanarossa Airport, located about 70 km from Enna.
From the same making daily connections with all major Italian and international.
By car Enna is crossed by Highway A19 connecting Palermo to Catania.
This is a two-lane highway, as well as the emergency lane in both directions of travel, and does not require payment of tolls.
A direct road link between Catania and Enna is that of the state road SS 192.
By train, the station Enna is an intermediate station of the railway line Catania - Palermo.
Provinces where the territory is currently divided