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The Nineteenth Century and the Unification of Italy

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The Nineteenth Century and the Unification of Italy

In the nineteenth century, with the new administrative reform, the role of Capovalle lost Noto, who went to Syracuse. However in 1837, due to the motion Carbonaro of Syracuse, Noto became the capital of the Province, and in 1844 also center of a diocese. In 1848 the revolt broke out in Sicily and Masonic Noto compete. The following year he was sedated and Netino Matthew Rael, minister of the revolutionary government, went into exile in Malta.

Noto in 1861, after the invasion of Giuseppe Garibaldi, became part of the Kingdom of Italy, initially retaining the title of the provincial capital, then returned to Syracuse in 1865. In 1870 he was inaugurated the Teatro Comunale, the exiled Raeli Matthew was appointed Minister of Justice and Religious Affairs of the new nation. Around 1880, Noto was built the railway station.
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