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Neapolis ; Ancient Greek: Inaroundpeople lived within the city's administrative limits while its province-level municipality has a population of 3, residents. Its continuously built-up metropolitan area that stretches beyond the boundaries of the Metropolitan City of Naples is the second or third largest metropolitan area in Italy.
First settled by Greeks in the second millennium BC, Naples is one of the oldest continuously inhabited urban areas in the world. Between andNaples was expanded and upgraded by Benito Mussolini 's government but subsequently sustained severe damage from Allied bombing during World War IIwhich led to extensive post Dating fm work.
Naples is the third-largest urban economy in Italy, after Milan and Rome. Naples is also known for its natural beauties such as PosillipoPhlegraean FieldsNisidaand Vesuvius. Neapolitan cuisine is synonymous with pizza — which originated in the city — but it also includes many lesser-known dishes; Naples has the greatest number of accredited stars from the Michelin Guide of any Italian city.
The best-known sports team in Naples is the Serie A club S. Napolitwo-time Italian champions who play at the San Paolo Stadium in the southwest of Is there any real women in Naples city.
Naples has been inhabited since the Neolithic period. The city grew rapidly due to the influence of the powerful Greek city-state of Syracuse and became an ally of the Roman Republic against Carthage. During the Samnite Warsthe city, now a bustling centre of trade, was captured by the Samnites ;  however, the Romans soon captured the city from them and made it a Roman colony.
Naples was greatly respected by the Romans as a paragon of Hellenistic culture. During the Chikfila girl in Bern era, the people of Naples maintained their Greek language and customs, while the city was expanded with elegant Roman villasaqueductsand public baths. Is there any real women in Naples such as the Temple of Dioscures were built, and Dating rules for new relationships emperors chose to holiday in the city, including Claudius and Tiberius.
It was during this period that Christianity first arrived in Naples; the apostles Peter and Paul are said to have preached in the city. Januariuswho would become Naples' patron saintwas martyred there in the fourth century AD.
Following the decline of the Western Roman EmpireNaples was captured by the Singles sex party in Saryshaghana Germanic peopleand incorporated into the Ostrogothic Kingdom. Induring the Gothic WarsTotila briefly took the city for the Ostrogoths, but the Byzantines seized control of the area following the Battle of Mons Lactarius on the slopes of Vesuvius.
After the exarchate fell, a Duchy of Naples was created. Although Naples' Greco-Roman culture endured, it eventually switched allegiance from Constantinople Is there any real women in Naples Rome under Duke Stephen IIputting it under papal suzerainty by The years between and were tumultuous in regard to Naples' relations with the Byzantine Emperorwith numerous local pretenders feuding for possession of the ducal throne.
However, the disgruntled general populace chased him from the city, and instead elected Stephen IIIa man who minted coins with his own initials, rather than those of the Byzantine Emperor.
Naples gained complete independence by the early ninth century. The duchy was under the direct control of the Lombards for a brief period, after the capture by Pandulf IV of the Principality of Capuaa long-term rival of Naples; however, this regime lasted only three years before the Greco-Roman-influenced dukes were reinstated. Bythe Normans had attained great influence in Italy, controlling previously independent principalities and duchies such as CapuaBeneventoSalernoAmalfiSorrento and Gaeta ; it was in this year that Naples, the last independent duchy in the southern part of the peninsula, came under Norman control.
Naples thus joined the Kingdom of Sicilywith Palermo as the capital. After a period of Norman rule, the Kingdom of Sicily went to the Hohenstaufensa German royal house.
Inafter the Sicilian Vespersthe Kingdom of Sicily was Is there any real women in Naples into two. Sicily and Naples were separated inbut remained dependencies of Aragon under Ferdinand I.
Naples also became a centre of the Renaissance, with artists such as Lauranada MessinaSannazzaro and Poliziano arriving in the city. Following the Spanish victory, Naples became part of the Spanish Empireand remained so throughout the Spanish Habsburg period. By the 17th century, Naples had become Europe's second-largest city — second only to Paris — and the largest European Mediterranean city, with aroundinhabitants.
A revolution led by the local fisherman Masaniello saw Is there any real women in Naples creation of a brief independent Neapolitan Republic inthough this lasted only Is there any real women in Naples few months before Spanish rule was reasserted. Horatio Nelsonan ally of the Bourbons, even arrived in the city in to warn against the French republicans.
Ferdinand was forced to retreat and fled to Palermowhere he was Is there any real women in Naples by a British fleet. Ferdinand IV was restored as king; however, after only seven years Napoleon conquered the kingdom and installed Bonapartist kings, including his brother Joseph Bonaparte the Spanish king.
The Congress of Vienna in saw the kingdoms of Naples and Sicily combine to form the Two Sicilies with Naples as the capital city. InNaples became the first city on the Italian peninsula to have a railway, with the construction of the Naples—Portici railway.
After the Expedition of the Thousand led by Giuseppe Garibaldiwhich culminated in the controversial Siege of GaetaNaples became part of the Kingdom of Is there any real women in Naples in as part of the Italian unificationending the era of Bourbon rule. The kingdom of the Two Sicilies had been wealthy, and as many as Public health conditions in certain areas of the city were poor, with twelve epidemics of Is there any real women in Naples and typhoid fever causing the death of some 48, people in the half century —, and a high for the time death rate of As response to these problems the government prompted since a radically transformation of the city called risanamento with the objective of improving the sewerage infrastructure and replacing the most clustered areas with large and airy avenues as this was considered the main cause of insalubrity.
The most notable transformations made were the construction of Via Caracciolo in place of the beach along the promenade, Married for same also bbw in Zrenjanin creation of Galleria Umberto I and Galleria Principe and the construction of Corso Umberto.
They also destroyed the city archives. Time bombs planted throughout the city continued to explode into November. Special funding from the Italian government's Fund for the South was provided from tohelping Is there any real women in Naples Neapolitan economy to improve somewhat, with city landmarks such as the Piazza del Plebiscito being renovated. Naples' 2,year history has left it with a wealth of historical buildings and monuments, from medieval castles to classical ruins, and a wide range of culturally and historically significant sites nearby, including the Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii and Women for sex in Mariscal Estigarribia. The most prominent forms of architecture visible in present-day Naples are the MedievalRenaissance and Baroque styles.
Naples is one of the most ancient cities in Europe, whose contemporary urban fabric preserves the elements of its long and eventful history. The rectangular grid layout of the ancient Greek foundation of Neapolis is still discernible and has indeed continued to provide the basic form for the present-day urban fabric of the Historic Centre of Naples, one of the foremost Mediterranean port cities.
From the Middle Ages to the 18th century, Naples was a focal point in terms of art and architecture, expressed in its ancient forts, the royal ensembles such as the Royal Palace ofand the palaces and churches sponsored by the noble families. The main city square or piazza of the city is the Is there any real women in Naples del Plebiscito.
The piazza is bounded on the east by the Royal Palace and on the west by the church of San Francesco di Paolawith the colonnades extending on both sides. Nearby is the Teatro di San Carlowhich is the oldest opera house in Italy. Directly across from San Carlo is Galleria Umbertoa shopping centre and social hub. Naples is well known for its historic castles: The most ancient is Castel dell'Ovo "Egg Castle"which was built on the tiny islet of Megarides, where the original Cumaean colonists had founded the city.
In Roman times the islet became part of Lucullus 's villa and later it was the site to which the last western Roman emperor, Romulus Augustuluswas exiled. Castel Nuovoalso known as Maschio Angioinois one of the city's foremost landmarks; it was built during the time of Charles Ithe first king of Naples.
Castel Nuovo has seen many notable historical events: It was expanded by Frederick II and became one of his royal palaces. Along its history the castle was the residence of many kings and queens. In the 16th century it became the Hall of justice. Another Neapolitan castle is Castel Sant'Elmowhich Is there any real women in Naples completed in and is built in the shape of a star. Its strategic position that overlook the entire city made it the aim of various invaders.
During the uprising of Masaniello inthe Spanish took refuge in Sant'Elmo to escape the revolutionaries. The Carmine Castlebuilt in and highly modified in the 16th century by the Spanish, was demolished in to make room for the Via Marina, although two of the castle's towers remain as a monument.
The Vigliena Fort, which was built inwas destroyed in during the royalist war against the Parthenopean Republic, and is now abandoned and in ruin.
Naples is widely known for its wealth of historical museums. The Naples National Archaeological Museum is one of the city's main museums, with one of the most extensive collections of artefacts of Is there any real women in Naples Roman Empire in the world.
Previously a Bourbon palace, now a museum and art gallery, the Museo di Capodimonte is another museum of note. The royal apartments are furnished with antique 18th-century furniture and a collection of porcelain and majolica from the various royal residences: Palazzo Como, which dates from the 15th century, hosts the Museo Filangieri of plastic artscreated in by Gaetano Filangieri.
Naples is the seat of the Archdiocese of Naplesand the Catholicism is highly important to the populace; there are hundreds of churches in the city. Aside from the Piazza del Plebiscito, Naples has two other major public squares: The latter originally had only a memorial to religious martyrsbut inIs there any real women in Naples the Italian unificationfour lions were added, representing the four rebellions against the Bourbons.
The San Gennaro dei Poveri is a Renaissance-era hospital for the poor, erected by the Spanish in This was for the destitute and ill of the city; it also provided a self-sufficient community where the poor would live and work. Though a notable landmark, it is no longer a functioning hospital.
Underneath Naples lies a series of caves and structures created by centuries of mining, and the city rests atop a major geothermal zone. There are also a number of ancient Greco-Roman reservoirs dug out from the soft tufo stone on which, and from which, much of the city is built. Approximately one kilometre 0. During World War IIthese tunnels were used as air-raid sheltersand there are inscriptions in the walls depicting the suffering endured by the refugees of that era.
There are large catacombs in and around the city, and other landmarks such as the Piscina Mirabilisthe main cistern serving the Bay of Naples during Roman times. Several archeological excavations are also present; they revealed in San Lorenzo Maggiore the macellum of Naplesand in Santa Chiarathe biggest thermal complex of the city in Roman times. Of the various public parks in Naples, the most prominent are the Villa Comunalewhich was built by the Bourbon king Ferdinand IV in the s;  the park was originally a "Royal Garden", reserved for members of the royal family, but open to the public on special holidays.
The Bosco di Capodimonte, the city's largest verdant space served as a royal hunting preserve, within the Park there are a further 16 historic buildings including residences, lodges, churches as well as fountains, statues, orchards and woods. Another important park is the Parco Virgilianowhich looks towards the tiny volcanic islet of Nisida ; beyond Nisida lie Procida and Ischia.
Various buildings inspired by the Gothic Revival are extant in Naples, due to the influence that this movement had on the Scottish-Indian architect Lamont Youngone of the most active Neapolitan architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Young left a significant footprint in the cityscape and designed many urban projects, such as the city's first subway.
In the first years of the 20th century, a local version of the Art Nouveau phenomenon, known as "Liberty Napoletano", developed in the city, creating many buildings which still stand today. Inthe Rationalist architect Luigi Cosenza created a new fish market for the city. During the Benito Mussolini era, the first structures of the city's "service center" were built, all in a Rationalist-Functionalist style, including the Palazzo delle Poste and the Is there any real women in Naples buildings.
The Centro Direzionale di Napoli is the only adjacent cluster of skyscrapers in southern Europe. The small rivers which formerly crossed the centre of the city have since been covered over by construction.
It lies between two notable volcanic regions, Mount Vesuvius and the Campi Flegrei en: The islands of ProcidaCapri and Ischia Slut in Constitucion all be reached from Naples by hydrofoils and ferries.
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