October 15, 2013

Ragusa, Italy

Photograph by Emanuele Siracusa, National Geographic Your Shot

The ancient city of Ragusa glows during the "blue hour" of twilight. First settled in the second millennium B.C., the Sicilian town was destroyed by earthquake in 1693 and rebuilt with many baroque buildings.

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