Enna (Italian: Provincia di Enna; Sicilian: Pruvincia di Enna) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sicily in Italy. Its capital is the city of Enna, located on a mountain and the highest provincial capital in Sicily. Located in the center of the island, it is the only province in Sicily without a seacoast.
The province of Enna has an area of 2,562 square kilometres (989 sq mi), and a total population of 177,200 (2001). There are 20 comunes (Italian: comuni) in the province, see Comunes of the Province of Enna. As of 30 June 2005, the main comunes by population were:
Morgantina, an ancient town that constitutes the most important archeological area in Central Sicily, whose finds are located in many big museums all over the world: Malibu, Los Angeles, California; New York; Musée du Louvre, Paris; and the Archeological Museum of Aidone, the commune in which Morgantina is located.
Castello di Lombardia, in Enna, the biggest castle of Sicily: it had 20 towers centuries ago, but now it has 6 towers, and among these there is Torre Pisana, a very big tower affording an extensive panoramic vista of the surrounding countryside;
Duomo of Enna, a noteworthy cathedral built in the 13th century;
Museo Alessi in Enna, a museum which hosts the exhibitions of the Treseaure of Enna's Our Lady and her crown, made with gold.
The Cathedral of Piazza Armerina, characterized by a huge green dome.
Lake Pergusa, in Enna: it has a forest inside a wildlife reserve, where thousands of rare birds can be found.
In the province of Enna there are many castles, cathedrals, churches and interesting archeological areas, 8 lakes, many nature reserves and forests.
In Enna, for Good Friday, there is a procession, and on 2 July is held the Enna's Our Lady feast; Piazza Armerina, on 11, 12 and 13 August, is seat of the Palio dei Normanni, an ancient and traditional feast whose protagonists are the horses.