Stilo (Greek: Stylos, column) is a town and comune in the province of Reggio Calabria, in the Calabria region of southern Italy. It is 151 kilometres (94 mi) from Reggio Calabria.
The economy of the commune is mainly based on agriculture, with production of cereals, oil, wine and cheese. There are mines of iron and lead.
At 10 kilometres (6 mi) from the city is the promontory of Cape Stilo, where in 1940 the Battle of Punta Stilo was fought by the Italian and British Navies.
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The origins of Stilo are connected to the destruction of the ancient Greek colony of Caulonia by Dionysius II of Syracuse, followed by another by the Campanians (allies of the Romans) in 277 BC.
Not far from the town is the monastery of San Giovanni Theristis.
People from Stilo
Stilo from the top with church of San GIovanni Theresti (august 2016)
Old Stilo from the top (august 2016)
Old Stilo with Norman Castle (august 2016)
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