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A splendid palace, a gracious garden, and all the opulence you'd expect from a royal residence is found at the Palace of Caserta.
The second largest amphitheater in Italy after Rome's famed colosseum is the hulking shell in Santa Maria Capua Vetere.
Mount Vesuvius may be the most recognized volcano in the world.
Solfatara di Pozzuoli is doubtless the most interesting dormant volcano of the whole Phlegrean Fields: a huge district north of Naples composed by about forty volcanoes.
A land of inexhaustible vitality where water, air, earth and fire have modelled a generous, evocative and receiving nature.
Close to the center of Naples but a world away from the traffic and noise are these unique archeological parks, parts of them are completely underwater!
The impressive monumental complex of San Leucio was conceived as a "utopia" town by Bourbon King Ferdinando IV.
A natural lake until 1870, when it was drained.
A beautiful sacred site near Avellino imparts silence and a sense of peace.
This peaceful grassy expanse is the final resting place for 1,846 Commonwealth soldiers killed in World War II.
The most character-filled street in Salerno is the historic Via dei Mercanti.
In the heart of bustling, chaotic Naples is a world apart to enjoy a summer evening listening to the lapping of the waves.
Caserta Vecchia (literally the old Caserta) at the foot of Mount Virgo, is a splendid medieval and very well-preserved hamlet founded by the Longobards in the VIII century.
It's hard to miss the hulking castle that dominates Naples' seaport, the Castel Nuovo.
The hilltop castle above Salerno dominates the modern city below as a historic reminder of the past.
In the heart of Naples is a walled complex of calm.
An unusual shop in the center of Naples is the Ospedale delle Bambole - the Doll Hospital.
In the heart of Salerno lies a green oasis known as the Garden of Minerve.
Lago Fusaro is a small lake near Naples, closed off from the sea by just a sliver of land.
A tree-lined parkway that skirts the seafront of downtown Salerno, the Lungomare Trieste is a favorite spot for locals to promenade.
Palazzo dello Spagnolo is one of the most spectacular Neapolitan edifices.
Naples' grandest piazza is the city's gathering spot, playground and central focal point.
An opulent opera house in the center of Naples is still a world class cultural venue.
One of Naples' most characteristics districts is the Spaccanapoli Quarter.
A stunning shopping arcade that sits in the center of the city, the Galleria Umberto I is an architectural beauty.
The temple-like mausoleum stands in the famed Poggioreale Cemetery, where Naples' illustrious citizens are entombed.
The aqueduct was built to supply water to medieval Salerno in the ninth century.
Palazzo Fruscione is in the historic center of Salerno, near the ancient Via dei Canali, along the narrow lanes of the old city.
The sprawling palazzo sits right on Piazza del Plebiscito as a regal reminder of the reign of the Bourbons in Naples.
This lively piazza is in the intellectual center of the city.
Bustling, colorful, crumbling, energetic, gritty and crowded - that is the Quartieri Spagnoli in Naples.
The Parco Virgiliano is a terraced garden that offers a green oasis in the center of Naples.
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