|This picture shows the town of Calascibetta in Sicily and is taken from walls of the town of Enna.|
Some info I found on the internet about Calascibetta -->
A charming center with a Middle Age structure, Calascibetta offers a rich production of wheat, grapes, olives, and legumes. Cattle breeding and sheep farms are notoriously well set off, and the deriving products are exhibited during the annual Cattle Fair, held in the months of August and September.
The name Calascibetta derives from the Arab term Qalat-sciabat, that means "the castle on the summit" due to town's particular geographical position.
The first suburb rose in 1602 by will of Count Ruggero D'Altavilla, who had a fortified castle erected, that he used as a military base to besiege the nearby town of Enna. In 1535, the town became State property, and was so until the abolition of feudality.
The most relevant monument is the Chiesa Madre (Mother Church) dedicated to S. Pietro and to S. Maria Assunta, erected in 1340 beholding an admirable baptismal font with relieves, of the XVI century, and a holy-water vessel dated back to 1500.