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In nineteenth-century Grimaldi house, now home of the poet, the aristocratic family of the same name Enna spent part of summer. The stone building is a few hundred meters from Lake Pergusa, linked to the myth of the Rape of Proserpine, and reflects the architectural style of the houses in Sicily, from resort: high ceilings, generous rooms, a cellar dug into the rock around a lot of green and embellished pairs of majestic cypress trees. The villa has changed its face, becoming a home for poets, artists and sophisticated travelers. Large common areas reserved for reading and writing, listening to music, browse a bed, a wall-to-read, one write about, a chandelier that inspires poetry, enhanced by a room and artist's books, everywhere, libraries -containing, mainly, books of poetry and literature.