Piazza Armerina (Ciazza the local Gallo-Sicilian, Chiazza in Sicilian) is an Italian town of 22,196 inhabitants of the Free Municipal Consortium of Enna in Sicily and is home to the bishopric with extensive diocese.
Until 1927 it was the capital of an extensive district and home to the sub-prefecture, when it was not yet established the province of Enna, which was incorporated. The town in September 2015 resolved to adhere to the metropolitan city of Catania, but membership 4 May 2016 was rejected in the ARS commission.
It is an antique medieval city with a fine historic Baroque and historic Norman. He insists on its territory the Roman Villa del Casale, a UNESCO World Heritage since 1997.