Head of Water

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Monday, 20 September 2010 11:45
flirk.com Head of Water, 590 m above sea level, is a fraction of the town of Noto, which is about 17 km.
Places frequented since ancient times, derives its name from the source that supplied the aqueduct known before the earthquake of 1693. Today is a small village with basic services, it is also summer resort.
St. Isidore is the patron of the village farm which is celebrated on the second Sunday of September. Nearby, the prehistoric site and the village of Castelluccio di Noto Antica.