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The historic centre of Naples with its splendid palaces, and popular and lively working-class districts, is now on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Naples also boasts an underground city, as well as its famous views from all parts of the city. Moreover, this hospitable city is marked by contrasts and popular traditions, such as the annual miracle whereby San Gennaro’s ‘blood’ becomes liquid in front of the eyes of his followers. Two products have made Naples famous throughout the world. One of them is the pizza, which is only one part of a rich local cuisine. The other one is music with the famous popular song "O Sole Mio."

Museum of Capodimonte

The museum and castle of Capodimonte boasts a wonderful view of the Bay of Naples. The museum exhibits various collections including masterpieces by Tiziano, Botticelli, Perugino and Raffaello.
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National Archeological Museum

This is one of the most important archaeological museums in the world and contains bronzes, sculptures and many other objects from the Bourbon collection, Pompei and Ercolano.
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Duomo di Napoli

The magnificent Roman Catholic cathedral, Duomo di Napoli, contains the relics of San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples. It is also the main church of southern Italy and seat of the city’s Archbishop.
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The Royal Palace

This was once the residence of the Spanish Viceroys. The Royal Gardens are full of tree-lined avenues with rare plants, statues and secret gardens. On the palace grounds you can find the San Carlo Theater, the National Library of Naples and a regional tourist board.
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Teatro di San Carlo

One could believe that this exquisite theatre has not been touched for many years. The majestic golden décor and red suede curtains will really throw you back many years in time. Teatro di San Carlo was built in 1737 but has undergone several restorations. Today you can still come and watch great shows like the Swan Lake.
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Pompeii

When in Naples you should seize the opportunity to go to Pompeii. The city is located south of Naples and is known for being destroyed and buried by Mount Vesuvius in the eruption 79 AD. Today it is one of the most a popular tourist destinations in Italy and offers many interesting and horrifying sights.
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