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Italia Napoli Walks in the city5

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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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  • Thank you Carmen, Virginia and John, thank you
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  • Thank you Michaela,I enjoyed walking around with you.Loved the cathedral.
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  • @Oresta Cojocaru Îmbrățișări și MULȚUMESC!
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  • Strada ingusta cu figurine ne-a transformat in copii. Am pasit apoi in mareata catedrala, ca intr-o alta lume. Ore intregi, acolo, poti admira arta si asculta istorie. Eram surprinsa ca n-o zaream pe Sanda! Legenda cu lichefierea sangelui uscat al sf. Januarius mi-a cam dat fiori. Am tasnit afara, unde era cat pe ce sa-l dobor pe omul cu pizza. Ghida, si ea probabil inspaimantata, fuma pe strada. Cu pasi mari, am strabatut cateva secole, ajungand in splendida gara de metrou a Universitatii. Ne intampina cu forme si nuante venite, parca, din viitor! Amenintarea unei gauri negre disparuse.
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Italia Napoli Walks in the city5

  1. 1. S.Domenico Dante S.Gregorio Duomo
  2. 2. Napoli is famous for its crib tradition and it has even a road exclusively with crib shops: Via San Gregorio Armeno, pedestrian road in Naples’s historic centre
  3. 3. Via San Gregorio Armeno - numerous shops with creative nativity scenes and figurines in all variations
  4. 4. Besides the Jesus- and Madonna figurines you will also find detailed copies of pizzerias, fruit markets, all household objects, gastronomic delights, exotic animals, and sometimes even caricatured politicians and football players
  5. 5. Via San Gregorio Armeno
  6. 6. l'arte sulle bancarelle
  7. 7. Naples Cathedral (Duomo di Napoli, Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta or Cattedrale di San Gennaro) is a Roman Catholic cathedral, the main church of Naples and the seat of the Archbishop of Naples. It is widely known as the Cattedrale di San Gennaro, in honour of Saint Januarius, the city's patron saint.   The present cathedral was commissioned by King Charles I of Anjou. Construction continued during the reign of his successor, Charles II (1285-1309) and was completed in the early 14th century under Robert of Anjou. It was built on the foundations of two palaeo- Christian basilicas, whose traces can still be clearly seen
  8. 8. The church houses a vial of the blood of Saint Januarius which is brought out twice a year, on the first Saturday in May and on 19 September, when the dried blood usually liquefies. If the blood fails to liquefy, then legend has it that disaster will befall Naples
  9. 9. Silver altar of Saint January Treasure Chapel
  10. 10. Dome of the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of St. Januarius Cenotaph of the Pope Innocenzo XII Pignatelli (1696) by Domenico Guidi
  11. 11. Cenotaph of the Pope Innocenzo XII Pignatelli (1696) by Domenico Guidi
  12. 12. Cenotaph of the Pope Innocenzo XII Pignatelli (1696) by Domenico Guidi
  13. 13. The the Brancacio Chapel, designed by Giovanni Antonio Dosio at the end of the 16th century
  14. 14. The the Brancacio Chapel, Battesimo di Cristo di Francesco Curia Monumento al Cardinale Carbone di Antonio Baboccio da Piperno
  15. 15. The Minutolo Chapel, mentioned in Boccaccio's Decameron, has 14th- century frescoes The Chapel of the Capece Minutolo
  16. 16. The Chapel of the Capece Minutolo
  17. 17. Frescoes in the Chapel of the Capece Minutolo are by Montano d’Arezzo
  18. 18. Santa Maria del Principio - Apse mosaic - Cappella di Santa Restituta
  19. 19. Dal presidente, pizzeria in via Tribunali
  20. 20. Gift of the artist Lello Esposito to the city, 2012 Pulcinella, a name derived from "pulcino," meaning chick, and "pollastrello," meaning rooster, is a classical character that originated in commedia dell'arte of the 17th century and became a stock character in Neapolitan puppetry. Engineered specifically to be the star of southern Italy, Pulcinella is described as "the voice of the people, as the direct expression of a people as lively and spirited as the Neapolitans is never questioned.” Vico Fico del Purgatorio Via dei Tribunali
  21. 21. Cappella Pontano e campanile di S. Maria Maggiore via dei Tribunali
  22. 22. Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore alla Pietrasanta Piazza Luigi Miraglia
  23. 23. Campanile di Santa Maria Maggiore alla Pietrasanta
  24. 24. Capella Pontano, erected in 1492 by Giovanni Pontano, the Secretary to Ferdinand I of Aragon Via Raimundo de Sangro de Sansevero
  25. 25. Capella Pontano, 1492 Fresco 18th century
  26. 26. Capella Pontano, Majolica floor 1492
  27. 27. Strada S Maria Constantinopoli- Via Port'Alba
  28. 28. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Mercede e Sant'Alfonso Maria de' Liguori- str San Sebastiano
  29. 29. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Mercede
  30. 30. Piazza Vincenzo Bellini
  31. 31. Via Port'Alba
  32. 32. The Port'Alba is the remnant of one of the city gates in Naples. It is located on the northwestern edge of Piazza Dante, just north of Vanvitelli's colonnade, which obscures the bastion into which the gate was carved
  33. 33. Piazza Dante The Foro Carolino, today entrance of the national boarding school The Port'Alba
  34. 34. The Port'Alba
  35. 35. Accademia di Belle Arti
  36. 36. Via Enrico Pessina
  37. 37. Via Enrico Pessina
  38. 38. Via Enrico Pessina
  39. 39. Via Enrico Pessina
  40. 40. Metro station Università
  41. 41. Metro station Università
  42. 42. Metro station Università
  43. 43. Metro station Università
  44. 44. Metro station Università
  45. 45. Sound: Dmitri Hvorostovsky - Santa Lucia; Canta pe' me; 'O surdato 'nnamurato (Califano - Cannio) Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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