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Cyclades 43.3

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Bavaria 37 Cruiser

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Lagoon 440

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Dufour 365

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Grand Soleil 40

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Dufour 455

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Bavaria 40

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Cyclades 50.4

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Oceanis 43

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Cyclades 43.4

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Jeanneau 53

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Sun Odyssey 45

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Lagoon 450

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Sun Odyssey 54 DS

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Sun Odyssey 36i

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Lagoon 380

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Jeanneau 53

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Sun Odyssey 439

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Sun Odyssey 49i

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Sun Odyssey 439

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Naples is the capital of Campania, and it is the third-largest city in Italy after Rome and Milan. Surprisingly, around a million people live in the centre of the relatively small city. The general area has a population of 3,115,320 residents.

History

Greeks first created Naples in the second millennium BC. Consequently, Naples is one of the oldest inhabited areas in the world.

Pompeii

This was once a bustling Roman city, near to the modern Naples we know today. In AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted subsequently destroying the city of Pompeii.

Historic documentation confirms the founding of the city as far back as the 6th-century BC. We also know that the region fell to Roman domination in the 4th-century BC. During their occupation the Romans built a comprehensive water system, an amphitheatre, and a functional port. Notably, by the time of the volcanic destruction, the population was around 11,000.

The eruption destroyed the city, killing everyone and burying them under six metres of volcanic ash. As a result, ancient objects have been perfectly preserved beneath the rubble for more than a millennium, due to the lack of air circulation.

The site of Pompeii has been a top tourist destination for over 250 years. Today it is a World Heritage Site and attracts 2.5 million visitors every year.

Mussolini

Between 1925 and 1936, Benito Mussolini’s government upgraded the city with major building projects.  However, the area suffered extensive damage due to Allied bombing, in World War II. This devastation led to extensive post-war reconstruction. Naples has experienced good economic growth over the years. The construction of an advanced transportation network contributed to this growth. The superb transport network includes the Alta Velocità, a high-speed rail link to Rome and Salerno.  The Port of Naples claims to be one of the most important in Europe.

Naples’ historic city centre is a World Heritage Site, with a further range of notable historical sites nearby. Famous ancient monuments in the region include the Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii.

 

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