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Places to visit and overview about Naples, Italy by Fabrício Reis Amador


Naples, Italy

In the great cities of Italy, the city model includes inter- and intra-institutional dialogues giving voice to people that survives centuries are always renewed with simple lessons for humanity, as participation of all in favor of common development. Naples is the third most populous city in Italy after Rome and Milan. It is located on the Gulf of Naples in the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is an important port and the main industrial and commercial center of the south of the country. It is also a tourist center because in its suburbs there are several places of interest: the volcano of Mount Vesuvius, the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum and the islands of Capri and Ischia. Its historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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1. The National Archaeological Museum is a Naples museum that houses an extensive collection of antiquity art.

National Archaeological Museum

2. The Royal Palace of Naples (Palazzo Reale di Napoli) is one of the four palaces that served as residence to the kings of Naples and Sicily during his reign in the Kingdom of Two Sicilies (1730-1860); the other palaces are the Reggia di Caserta, the Reggia di Capodimonte and the Reggia di Portici.

The Royal Palace of Naples

3. Piazza Dante is a large public square located in Naples, Italy. Its name is a homage to the poet Dante Alighieri. There is a statue of the writer, sculpted by Tito Angelini in the 19th century.

Piazza Dante

4. The Teatro Real de San Carlo, known as San Carlo Theater is an opera house in Naples, Italy. It is the oldest theater in Europe still in business.

Teatro Real de San Carlo

5. Villa Pignatelli is an Italian palace situated in Naples. The Museum Prince Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes takes part. The villa is perhaps the most beautiful building existing along the Riviera di Chiaia, the road that borders the north side of Villa Comunale, the largest park of Naples, between Mergellina and Piazza Vittoria.

Villa Pignatelli

6. Piazza del Plebiscito, also called Largo di Palazzo or Foro Regio, is a large square located in the Italian city of Naples. With an area of 25 thousand square meters, the square is surrounded by important buildings, namely: Basilica of San Francesco di Paola, Royal Palace, Palazzo Salerno and Palazzo della Prefettura.

Piazza del Plebiscito

7. The University of Naples Federico II (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, in Italian) is located in Naples, Italy. It was founded in 1224, being one of the oldest in the world. It is organized in 13 colleges.

The University of Naples Federico

Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli, or simply Napoli, is an Italian football club based in Naples, Campagna region, southern Italy, founded on August 1, 1926. Its uniform is a blue shirt, white shorts and blue stockings. His stadium is San Paolo, with a capacity of 60.240 spectators. Among his most important titles, Napoli holds a UEFA Cup, two Italian Championships, five Italian Cups and two Italian Super Cups.

Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli

Tourism is also very important for the Italian economy: with more than 37 million tourists per year in 2004, Italy is ranked as the fifth leading tourist destination in the world. In 2006, Rome was the third most visited city in the European Union being consistently considered one of the most beautiful ancient cities in the world.

Currently, a movement of large migratory flows coming mainly from countries of wars such as Syria, the Middle East, and the African Continent, also from Latin America poor countries risk their lives in the attempt to reach Italy, however, many end up dying and not achieve the dreamed quality of life, because the environment is periogoso and full of tricks and almost always many end up dying on the way in foreign lands. All of South Italy is overflowing with immigrants, the disorders generated range from increasing the rates of violence to economic loss coming from rising welfare costs of all, this has fostered speeches within the Italian impasse society still far from solution reason for worldwide repercussions.



However, social actions to help refugees see a mobilization for social assistance to the disadvantaged, thus deprived of homes and street dwellers, until the highest office of Rome, Pope Francisco, pronounced on the subject stating that parents of him were also a refugee in foreign lands and the same came from a refugee home.

The head of the Catholic church is one of the defenders of human rights to support the precarious situations of refugees. Italy is a land of the European renaissance exchange of knowledge with several peoples going European, always made possible a strong Nation that contributed much to the thinking of the West, the birthplace of academics, writers, poets, thinkers, philosophers, etc. has a high level of public schooling and is a highly globalized nation that has been a human rights advocate in the G8 Group of Eight Biggest Economies of the Planet. It is formed by Germany, Canada, the United States, Italy, France, Japan, the United Kingdom and Russia.


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