Lying at the mouth of the Mazaro River, the town of Mazara del Vallo is a large agricultural centre and the base for the largest fishing fleet in the country. The city has a rich history and the ownership of the town has been fought over through the centuries by the Carthaginians, Byzantines, Normans and finally in 1860 by the Italian revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi.
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