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Campofelice di Roccella (Palermo Province) is 57 km. from Palermo, alt. 54 m., on the Tyrrhenian Sea between Termini Imerese and Cefalu, on the Roccella Torrent, area 14.7 sq. km., pop. over 5,500, post-code 90010, tel. 0921. Agricultural economy: artichokes, cereals, cotton, fruit, and sumac.
The town was founded in 1699 by Gaspare la Grutta in the vicinity of the medieval hamlet.
Of interest is the 14th century ruins of the Roccella Tower.
Churches (Cefalu Diocese) include the following:
Families researched in these records include the following:
Links to other sites about Campofelice di Roccella include:
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