Santa Venerina (CT) - Via Pennisi, 44
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BOSCHI E CRATERI
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Latitudine: 37° 40' 51.07'' N
The origins and development of Santa Venerina were determined from its position of extreme border of the county and Jaci Mascalis that subdivided into two parts, and later, with the fragmentation of the territory of Jaci, was imposed a further division . The torrent salary was for many centuries a natural border between the two counties crossed by dirt road that connected directed Messina to Catania. The travelers who crossed the border between the two counties were obliged to pay any duty levied by guards aces on behalf of the Senate of Jaci. It was a result of the stationing of these people began to emerge first inhabited, with the building of a chapel, dedicated to the patron saint of Jaci Santa Venera. It was almost natural that these aces in addition to transfer their household also bring their devotion to their patron, St. Venera and San Sebastian. A similar situation occurred in the San Leonardello, where settled Mascali guards to control the border of the county on the Via Valeria, the place took its name from the devotion to St. Leonard, patron of Mascali. The investment in this country had evidently manifest itself as affordable in the years to follow the same deputies and middle-class citizens and many of Aci purchased land in those areas away from the fair vitalizing, initiating the process of population. Around 1850 there was a real economic and demographic development. The number of distilleries were built in the area and the rich production of wine, together with a highly skilled craft it into a flourishing country, economically and socially developed. This development led to the hopes of unifying the country under a single joint. Constitution needs to be autonomous municipality of Santa Venerina came in 1936 with spin-off of portions of the municipalities of Acireale, Zafferana and Giarre.