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RAGUSA IBLA - To walk in its alleys constitutes an unforgettable experience.

Ragusa Ibla constitutes with its medioevali memories and the elegant baroque palaces a quarter of the Ragusa, richest of fascination and history. Its origins go back to the first sicilian period and seem that or with much probability the heir of Hybla Haerea, an aggregate of sicilian villages that came in contact with the Greek populations and roman and that it caught up a sure importance in the bizantin period, when the city was fortified of a castle. Recent studies, demonstrate that the Ragusa name derives from latin word rogous (rogus) of rogoV, term that in Sicily and Magna Greece indicated the granary, the places of the grain. Conquered from the Arabs in 848, remained under their dominion for two centuries and means. After the Norman conquest it was given in feudo from conte Ruggero to the Goffredo son to whose they maintained it descendants until to advent of the monarchs svevi, when it passed to the Federal property. It was then feudo of the Chiaramonte joined that it to the County of Modica of the Cabrera and the Enriquez. It was operations headquarters of the County till 1447, when later on to a popular revolt of the ragusani against the feudal abuses, Giovanni Bernardo Cabrera transferred the administration to Modica.

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