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Pergusa Lake
Pergusa is located in Italy
Location of Pergusa in Italy
Coordinates: 37°31′33″N 14°18′25″E / 37.52583°N 14.30694°E / 37.52583; 14.30694Coordinates: 37°31′33″N 14°18′25″E / 37.52583°N 14.30694°E / 37.52583; 14.30694
Country  Italy
Region  Sicily
Province Enna (EN)
Comune Enna
Elevation 710 m (2,330 ft)
Population (2006)
 • Total 1,604
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 94100
Dialing code 0935

Pergusa is an Italian village of Sicily. It is a frazione of Enna, the administrative seat of the same-named province.


Pergusa lies in hills about 10 km south of Enna. Pergusa is reached by the Enna-Gela Road, which allow to reach Enna (about 5 km of way) and, from there, to entry the motorway Palermo-Catania.[1]

The village gives its name to the Pergusa Lake, the only natural lake in Sicily,[citation needed] which is an important site for bird migration. The area is also surrounded by hills and forest known as Selva Pergusina.


The lake is surrounded by a well-known racing circuit, the Autodromo di Pergusa, which was created in the 1960s. The track has hosted various sporting events to this day.

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