Two Fortresses Waterfall: the Sicilian jewel

In the territory of Corleone there is a small corner of natural paradise: it is the “Waterfall of the two fortresses”, which was born from the jump of the river San Leonardo. The Hundredrooms site talks about it, and has drawn up a list of the most popular Italian waterfalls, from the most famous to the most abundant, from the highest to the most evocative, passing through the most powerful and the most unknown, which is located in Sicily.

The Waterfall of the two fortresses is not easily accessible and it is probably for this reason that it has managed to remain uncontaminated. In the ranking of the 15 most beautiful waterfalls in Italy there are: Stroppia waterfall, Marmore waterfall, Waterfalls Fraggia, Serio waterfall, Dardagna waterfall, Sasso waterfall, Riva waterfalls, Rio Verde waterfalls, Toce Falls, Great Lire Falls, Salino Falls, Marmaric Falls, Monumental Falls of Santa Maria di Leuca and the Waterfalls of the two Fortresses.

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