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Perhaps it would have been more correct to call it Nero Eolie, because of the volcanic nature of the islands and because of the trade, undertaken since 3000 B.C., in obsidian: the crystal created by the sudden cooling of lava, considered to be the sharpest material in the world. But as you close your eyes, the blackness fades, and evocative images of green and rocky cliffs over sky and sea-blue panoramas crowd in, then the fuchsia of the bougainvillea, clinging to the porches of the white houses dotting the sinuous landscape. Lime, cheap and easily available, was the white livery that the fishermen recreated, with patience and perseverance, every year on the walls of houses, churches and shops.


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