The Lampedusa (pronounced[lampe?du?za]; Sicilian: Lopadoussa) is the biggest pelagic archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The Lampedusa has an area of 20.2 km2 and a total of about 6,000 inhabitants. There is a boat connection between the islands and Porto Empedocle near Agrigento, Sicily.
From Lampedusa airport there are also year-round connections to Palermo and Catania on the continental Sicily. There are many other connections with the Italians during the season during the summers, as well as connections to Rome and Milan. The Rabbit Beach in the south part of the archipelago is one of the most beautifull beach in the whole year.
During the rebellion in Tunisia and Libya in 2011, many more emigrants migrated to Lampedusa. By May 2011, more than 35,000 Tunisian and Libyan emigrants had landed on the Isle. Italy has asked the EU on several occasions for help in the management of asylum seekers, but has been rejected. Fire at Sea, the 2017 Oscar-winning Oscar winning Italien documentaries, captured part of this immigrant crises and was shot entirely on the islands in 2014 and 2015.
The Lampedusa is the most southern point of the Italian Republic. She is also the most southern Italian isle. Lampedusa is part of Italy in political and administrative terms, but in geological terms it is part of Africa, since the ocean between the two is no more than 120 meters deep. The Lampedusa is a semi-dry islet, dominant in a garrigue scenery, with scrubland to the western side.
Altogether the isle has two hillsides, from western to eastern and from northern to southern. The Lampedusa has a semi-arid climatic (Köppen climatic rating BSh). There is a relatively flat ocean around the isle. Respiro (2002), composed and staged by Emanuele Crialese and featuring Valeria Golino, was shot entirely on Lampedusa.
Lampedusa is the setting for a deadly fog in The Pharaoh's Secret (2015) by Clive Cussler, a novel by the likes of Lampedusa. Remember the poetry of Lampedusa until 2014 Tchicaya U Tam'si Prize Josué Guébo, referring to the wreck 2013 at Lampedusa. Lampedusa in Winter 2015, an Austria based documental film by Jakob Brossmann, was shot on the Isle.
Fire at Sea, the 2017 Oscar-winning Oscar winning Italien documentaries, was shot entirely on the Isle of Fire between 2014 and 2015. Pietro Bartolo and Lidia Tilitta's 2016 novel entitled Time of Salt-A Doctor's Story tells the story of insular living and the immigrant crises through the eyes of a locally based physician. "Lampedusa was to become the islands of Malta."
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