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Sorrento is a small town overlooking the bay of Naples in Southern Italy, a popular tourist destination due to it’s location near the Amalfi coast and it’s characteristic small shops (famous for woodwork, linens and leather). It can be reached easily from Naples and Pompeii on the circumvesuviana train line. Sorrento has 7 different fractions,...
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The Vesuvius is a typical example of a volcano in a volcano made by an outer broken cone, Mount Somma, with a crateric belt most of which is destroyed, where a smaller cone represented by the Vesuvius can be found. The two cones are separated by a hollow called Valle del Gigante, a part of...
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Herculaneum, named after the hero Hercules, was a small town in Campania on the west coast of central Italy, located some 8km south-east of present-day Naples. Boasting only a small harbour, its main advantages were its excellent climate and its seaside position. It grew into a holiday resort and luxurious retreat for the wealthy landowners...
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On the territory of Positano, traces of Paleolithic occupation have been found. The legend says that the city was founded by Poseidon (Neptune), the god of the sea, for the love of the nymph Pasitea. Certainly Phoenicians and Greeks, in their travels in the West, set foot in this country perhaps inhabited by Osque or...
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Amalfi is a picturesque town located on the western coast of Italy, in the region of Campania, and it has a rich and fascinating history that dates back to ancient times. The town was originally founded by the Romans in the 4th century AD and was known as Amalfi Marittima, due to its strategic position...
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In the beautiful setting of the Gulf of Naples, there is a treasure of priceless historical and archaeological value: the Pompeii ruins. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, Pompeii is one of the most visited Italian archaeological sites in the world: with its 4 million visitors a year, the ruins boast the primacy of...
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Thanks to the Ravello International Music Festival (Festival Internazionale di Musica di Ravello), Ravello has become famous all over the world. Ravello is a very quiet and chic town and from the terraces of Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone, visitors can admire a wonderful panorama that once enchanted Richard Wagner and the great Greta Garbo....
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