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Ravanusa (Sicilian: Rivinusa) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Agrigento in the Italian region Sicily, located about 110 km southeast of Palermo and about 35 km east of Agrigento.
Ravanusa is near the Mount Saraceno site, an ancient Greek settlement thought to be that of the city of Kakyron.
Is a memorial to the victims of the Second World War
is the square dedicated to the 25th April (day of the liberation of Italy after the Second World War). It houses a bust of Giuseppe Garibaldi.
In this Square is located the Mother Church
This church was founded in 1632 and is dedicated to St. James, named after the Baron that costrire face. Today is the principal church of the country
Is the first church in the country that houses the painting of the Madonna of the fig tree, representing the legend of the founding of the country
In the archaeological museum are preserved relics of the seventh century, found in the archaeological area of the same country.