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Naples (Napoli) is one of the biggest cities in Italy, next to Rome and Milan. The historic city centre of Naples (Napoli) is the largest in Europe, covering 1700 hectares. Naples (Napoli) has been the capital of duchies, kingdoms, and one Empire, and has consistently been a major cultural centre with a global sphere of influence, especially during the Renaissance and Enlightenment. Naples (Napoli) has numerous sites of great cultural and historical significance, that are worth visiting during your stay in Naples (Napoli).
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Palace of Caserta is a former royal residence in Naples (Napoli), constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples. Of all the royal residences inspired by the Palace of Versailles, the Reggia of Caserta is one of the bears the greatest resemblance to the original model: the unbroken balustrated skyline, the slight break provided by pavilions within the long, monotonous facade.
Palace of Portici is located near Naples (Napoli) is a former royal palace. Today it is the home of the Orto Botanico di Portici. The Botanic Gardens are operated by the University of Naples. The Palace is stunning, as tourists go from one of room to the other. The Palace has also got a park, that extended from Pugliano towards Vesuvius down to Granatello, towards the sea.
Naples (Napoli) National Archaeological Museum is a beautiful museum located in Naples. The museum contains a large collection of Roman artefacts from Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum. The collection includes works of the highest quality produced in Greek, Roman and Renaissance times. It is the most important Italian archaeological museum.
Naples Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Naples (Napoli). It is the seat of the Archbishop of Naples. The main attraction of the interior is the Chapel of the Treasure of St. Januarius with frescoes by Domenichino and Giovanni Lanfranco, altarpieces, bronze railing and other artworks. The facade was rebuilt, but still retains the 15th century portal, including some sculptures by Tino da Camaino.