The Menaica Nets of Italy’s Cilento Coast


Donatella Marino’s storefront is a few dozen diagonal yards from the marina in Pisciotta, a fishing village in the Cilento region of Italy. Directly in front of the shop, the Tyrrhenian nets to catch mature , or anchovies.

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