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Santa Ninfa (Trapani Province) is 50 km from Trapani, alt. 410 m, on the hilly slopes between the Rivers Belice and Modione, area 64 sq km, poip. 5,470, post-code 91029, tel. 0924. Agricultural economy.

Founded in 1605 by Luigi Arrias Giardina, the town was virtually destroyed by the earthquake in 1968 and rebuilt, partially on its original site and partially southwest of Monte Calvario, a little lower down.

Churches (Mazara del Vallo) include the following:

S. Ninfa (Chiesa Madre)

Families researched in those records include the following:

Links to other sites about Santa Ninfa include:

Ancient Sicily
Sicilian Net
Sicily Web
Italian Wikipedia
Italian Towns
Italian Postal Codes

My latest book on CD is titled Sicily - A Reference for Researchers and is now available. With a file for each town (plus many other files), it relates the history of Sicily as reflected in the photos, records and festivals of its towns. It contains over 2500 text and photo files and can be ordered at CD order.

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