Campania
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Historical Site
_GG***77I cant say anything just wow.....see the monuments and ancient building that collapse by reaction of the volcano mount. l would like to recommended the friends the impression of the place that can describe by words.
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Museum
系统错误提示Naples is a real treasure city, although the city is a bit old, but the history is really perfect! Pompeii is a really interesting place! Visit the archeological museum for the sites of the old city, there are a lot of real pieces! The art is extremely valuable!
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Volcano
DomeldIncredible geological icon of Italy. One of the natural wonders of the world.
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Historical Site
亲亲宝贝1234Naples’ seaside castle is a fortified castle with a Scottish style at first glance. On the seaside, the scenery is good. There are many vendors selling small commodities on the side. Beware of the many black people who buy lucky bracelets. Don't reach out to pick up anything from him. The castle is free to enter, but in some times, such as weekends, it is closed. You must check the guide in advance.
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Historical Site
elsashen0529The New Fort of Naples is built right next to the seaside port. Tickets need to be purchased. There are Chinese-language guide machines. There are still many historical relics in the entire New Fort. The preservation is fairly good. There is also a building with an elevator. , There are many fine art paintings and religious sacred objects, here you can see the seaside and the Soviet volcano in the distance
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Churches and Cathedrals
渭南松赞干布The Basilica of Sant’Andrea, also known as the Cathedral of Amalfi, is located in the town of Amalfi in Campania, Italy. It was built in the 10th century and later merged from the original two churches to form a six-corridor five-hall style Rome The church has been rebuilt many times. Visitors can reach the bronze gate at the entrance of the church by climbing 62 steps. The gate was transported and installed from Constantinople in the eleventh century. The gable on the top of the church is covered with glittering mosaics, and the facade and colonnade describe the life of the Moors Details of the picture. The exterior architectural style of the church is Sicilian Arabic, and the interior decoration is Baroque. The ceiling of the church hall is full of paintings, and the high altar is guarded by four beautiful pillars. In the center is a picture of the apostle St. Andrew’s suffering on the cross.

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Mount Vesuvius,Italy

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National Archaeological Museum,Italy

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Piazza San Domenico Maggiore,Italy

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Basilica di San Lorenzo Maggiore,Italy

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Centro Musei Scienze Naturali Napoli,Italy

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Ponte del DiavoloProvince of Salerno,Italy

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