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Italia Napoli Walks in the city2

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Naples is the regional capital of Campania and the third-largest municipality in Italy after Rome and Milan. In 2017, around 967,069 people lived within the city's administrative limits while its province-level municipality has a population of 3,115,320 residents.
First settled by Greeks in the second millennium BC, Naples is one of the oldest continuously inhabited urban areas in the world. In the ninth century BC, a colony known as Parthenope was established on the Island of Megaride, later refounded as Neápolis in the sixth century BC.

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Italia Napoli Walks in the city2

  1. 1. Napoli Centrale railway station (Naples Central Station), is the main station of the city of Naples, in Italy. The station is one of the most important in Italy, being the 6th largest with an annual frequentation of about 50 million passengers. Napoli Centrale railway station is east of the Old Town, near Piazza Garibaldi. The station is connected to Naples metro network thanks to the Stazione di Napoli Piazza Garibaldi metro station. Trains operating on the Rome-Naples route stop at Napoli Centrale railway station. Travellers can also use the Napoli Centrale station for trains which will take them top southern Italy and Salerno
  2. 2. The Piazza Garibaldi is an effervescent scene where the Neapolitan intensity explodes, and where more than 50 millions of people pass by every year
  3. 3. Frequented by some 137 thousand persons per day, 50 million per year, Napoli Centrale is a railway junction of crucial importance for the entire national railways system, with a daily traffic flow of 390 trains. It is located in piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi. The railway hub is comprised of “Napoli Centrale” station at ground level and the “Piazza Garilbaldi” underground station, which has two tracks for the metro and two for the national railways system. In addition, there is a “Circumvesuviana” local railway station beneath Corso Lucci 
  4. 4. The pedestrian walkways system connecting the underground station with the square and the railway station above runs about -4/-3,5 metres below ground level, and contains shops, ticketing offices, surveillance areas and bathrooms
  5. 5. The roof of Napoli Centrale station is made up of triangular components of uniform size, united and supported by tripodic pillars
  6. 6. The station is connected to Naples metro network thanks to the Stazione di Napoli Piazza Garibaldi metro station. Trains operating on the Rome-Naples route stop at Napoli Centrale railway station. Travellers can also use the Napoli Centrale station for trains which will take them top southern Italy and Salerno.
  7. 7. Garibaldi metro station
  8. 8. Garibaldi metro station Toledo Metro Station
  9. 9. Toledo Metro Station in Naples Toledo Metro Station
  10. 10. The Toledo Metro Station, that opened in September 2012, during the European Week of Sustainable Mobility was designed by the Spanish firm of architect Oscar Tusquets Blanca. The Toledo station is one of the deepest in the line at 50 meters, and it is themed around water and light 
  11. 11. Mosaic by William Kentridge (Johannesburg 1955)
  12. 12. Mosaic by William Kentridge
  13. 13. Upper level of the Toledo Metro Station in Naples. Mosaic by William Kentridge (Johannesburg 1955)
  14. 14. The most impressive work of this station is Crater de luz, by Robert Wilson, which connects the inside with the outside and remembers the sea in its many facets, as well as the wavy walls surrounding it. The brightness and colors that fill the space with different shades of blue fascinate thousands of passengers every year
  15. 15. Toledo Metro Station Crater de luz
  16. 16. Crater de luz is a large cone that crosses in depth all levels of the station, connecting the plane of the street with the spectacular lobby which is located 40 meters further down, below the sea level. Relative light is instead the title of an artistic intervention by Robert Wilson: inside the Crater de luz, 144 LED lights “full colors” programmed on the colour palette of blue create suggestive luminous and variable harmonies Toledo Metro Station Crater de luz
  17. 17. The descent below the sea level, the level 0, is emphasized by the spectacular mosaics in a blue that is becoming more intense as you go deeper, until you come to a monumental hall "underground". Here, on the walls and pillar you can admire the Olas, waves in relief, also covered by blue mosaics
  18. 18. The knight of Toledo (work created in 2012 by the South African artist William Kentridge) , a piece of subway on the surface, is located near the Toledo subway station, in via Toledo, at the intersection with Via Diaz
  19. 19. The knight of Toledo by William Kentridge
  20. 20. Via Toledo Church Santa Maria delle Grazie a Toledo
  21. 21. Santa Maria delle Grazie a Toledo
  22. 22. Vico S. Maria delle Grazie a Toledo Via Concezione a Monte Calvario
  23. 23. Vico S. Maria delle Grazie a Toledo
  24. 24. Via Toledo
  25. 25. Via Toledo
  26. 26. Via Toledo Palazzo Buono Via Toledo
  27. 27. Piazza Carità - Chiesa di S. Liborio alla Carità
  28. 28. Piazza Carità - Chiesa di S. Liborio alla Carità
  29. 29. Via Toledo at Piazza Carità
  30. 30. Salvo D'Acquisto Memorial Piazza Carità
  31. 31. House of Giambattista Della Porta
  32. 32. Vico Pasquale Galluppi Ai Monti Lattari
  33. 33. Vico San Nicola Alla Carità
  34. 34. Mercato Pignasecca Pignasecca is the oldest outdoor food market in Naples— which is really saying something, since Naples has some 60 markets throughout the city! It’s famous not just for its inexpensive, seasonal fruits and vegetables, but for its top-notch pastries, cheeses, and breads
  35. 35. And since there’s nary a tourist to be seen, the opportunities to observe Neapolitans in their natural habitat—shopping for food, and eating food—are endless
  36. 36. Mercato Pignasecca
  37. 37. Mercato Pignasecca
  38. 38. Mercato Pignasecca
  39. 39. Via Pasquale Scura Via Toledo-Via Pasquale Scura Via Toledo
  40. 40. Via Toledo-Via Pasquale Scura
  41. 41. Spaccanapoli is the straight and narrow main street that traverses the old, historic center of the city of Naples, Italy. The name is a popular usage and means, literally, "Naples splitter". The name is derived from the fact that it is very long and from above it seems to divide that part of the city.  This street is the lower (Decumanus Inferiore) and southernmost of the three decumani, or east-west streets, of the grid of the original Greco-Roman city of Neapolis. Today, the street officially starts at Piazza Gesù Nuovo and is officially named Via Benedetto Croce. Moving east, the street changes name to Via S. Biagio dei Librai and then crosses Via Duomo (named for the Cathedral of Naples) and moves beyond the confines of the old center of town.  Spaccanapoli is the main promenade for tourists as it provides access to a number of important sights of the city Piazza Gesù Nuovo
  42. 42. Palazzo Carafa di Maddaloni - via Maddaloni
  43. 43. Palazzo Carafa di Maddaloni
  44. 44. Palazzo Carafa di Maddaloni - via Maddaloni a 16th century building
  45. 45. Palazzo Carafa di Maddaloni
  46. 46. Palazzo Carafa di Maddaloni
  47. 47. Naples is the regional capital of Campania and the third-largest municipality in Italy after Rome and Milan. In 2017, around 967,069 people lived within the city's administrative limits while its province-level municipality has a population of 3,115,320 residents. First settled by Greeks in the second millennium BC, Naples is one of the oldest continuously inhabited urban areas in the world. In the ninth century BC, a colony known as Parthenope was established on the Island of Megaride, later refounded as Neápolis in the sixth century BC. The city was an important part of Magna Graecia, played a major role in the merging of Greek and Roman society and a significant cultural centre under the Romans. It was capital of the Duchy of Naples (661-1139), then the Kingdom of Naples (1282 and 1816) and finally the Two Sicilies until the unification of Italy in 1861. Naples' historic city centre is the largest in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a wide range of culturally and historically significant sites nearby, including the Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum
  48. 48. Santa Chiara Basilica dello Spirito Santo Piazza Dante Church of Gesù Nuovo Stazione Garibaldi
  49. 49. Sound: Dmitri Hvorostovsky - Torna a Surriento (G. De Curtis); Passione (Tagliaferri); Core ´ngrato (S. Cardillo) Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Gabriela Cristescu Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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