The province os Messina, part of the island of Sicily, is formed out of 108 total comuni, including the Aeolian Islands, part of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. The territory is characterized by a mountainous relief, but plains and coastline are part of Messina as well. The province's main mountain ridges, the Peloritani and the Nebrodi, are included in a Regional Natural Reserve. Many Italian landmarks are found here, such as the Regional Museum, the Cathedral with the statue of St. John the Baptist, the 16th-Century Orione Fountain and much, much more.