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Naples is an Italian city like no other. Drama and darkness are often associated with the city, which rests beneath active Mount Vesuvius and is the home of the Camorra - its version of the mafia. But beyond this, Naples reveals itself to be one of the most historically and culturally vibrant cities in Europe.
From its origins in Homer's "Odyssey" and its founding nearly 3,000 years ago, Naples has long attracted travellers, artists and foreign rulers - from the visitors of the Grand Tour to Goethe, Nelson, Dickens and Neruda. The stunning beauty of its natural setting coupled with the charms of its colourful past and lively present - from the ruins of Pompeii to the glittering performances of the San Carlo opera house - continue to seduce all those who explore Naples today. "In the Shadow of Vesuvius" is a sparkling portrait of the city - the definitive companion for anyone seeking to delve beneath its surface.
|Series||Tourism||Title||In the shadow of Vesuvio|
|Publication Date||July 2011||Authors|
|Inspection Copy||No||Delivery||Out of stock - expected on 08/06/2020 if you order today|
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