The New International Encyclopædia/Salemi
SALEMI, sȧ-lā′mē̇ (Lat. Halicyæ). A city in the Province of Trapani, Sicily, 64 miles by rail southwest of Palermo (Map: Italy, G 10). It is situated on a hill 1450 feet above the sea and four miles west of the railway station. It has a ruined castle, a library, a technical school, and a gymnasium, and markets grain, wine, oil, and cattle. Population (commune), in 1901, 17,004.