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Discover 12 places to see in Caserta

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Aqueduct Of Vanvitelli

The aqueduct of Vanvitelli (also known as aqueduct of Vanvitelli) is the aqueduct born to power the San Leucio complex and which also provides the water supply at the Reggia di Caserta (or rather at "real delights" consists of the Park, the English garden and the bosco di San Silvestro), taking water at the foot of monte Taburno.


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State archive of Caserta

The State archive of Caserta "born" with its present name as a result of the September 30, 1963 riacquistava D.P.R.: thus, the individuality a working Institution as "Provincial Archive of Terra di Lavoro" since 1818 and that, in the Fascist era, with the temporary suppression of the province, had been downgraded to a "section" of the Naples State Archive, that even when the province was reconstituted in 1945. Since 2002 was intended to seat the Chamber store vanvitelliano of the Reggia di Caserta, whose static consolidation works of functional adaptation and are at an advanced stage. In the m


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Belvedere San Leucio

The Belvedere San Leucio is a monumental complex considered, together with the Royal Palace of Caserta and the aqueduct of Vanvitelli, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The utopia of King Ferdinand to give life to an autonomous community (called Ferdinandopoli) leaves in Caserta the Belvedere San Leucio, his Royal apartments, the Italian garden and the adjoining Silk Museum, where you can visit the 18th century machinery which wove the silk became famous all over the world much to furnish the White House , Buckingham Palace and the Palazzo del Quirinale.


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Casertavecchia

Casertavecchia (frazione of Caserta) is a medieval village that lies at the foot of the Tifatini mountains approximately 401 meters above sea level and 10 kilometres North-East from Caserta. In the Middle Ages it was the Centre of Caserta. By the 1960 's Italian national monuments.

The village of Casertavecchia is tourist destination because of the Duomo, the campanile, the remains of the Castle and the whole village streets that recall the splendour of a time that was.

The remarkable panorama available in many parts of the village, the summer coolness and numerous bars and pizzerias make vi


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Duomo

The Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel is characterized by a large stone staircase of Bellona and is divided into two tiers. The two niches present in the upper part of the façade are decorated with plaster statues of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Sebastian left to right.

The underground route of the crypts ends in a small garden, Pergola and resting place of prayer.


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The Duomo of Casertavecchia

The Church of St. Michael the Archangel, also known as the Duomo, is the main place of Catholic worship of Casertavecchia.

The Church is a Romanesque specimen episode inCampania because it has simultaneously dallaSicilia other influences coming from Romanesque and early Christian tradition.

Thus we find characters and especially decorative elements derived from complex architectural style present in Sicily where Romanesque elements with other Normans lived together Arabs and Byzantines and whose influence reached Campania via Amalfi. Other elements, such as characters of sculptural Kit, are


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Museum "Michelangelo"

The Museum preserves and exhibits objects related to the natural world, science and technology, grouped into sections: Mineralogy (rocks and minerals), Sciences (chemistry, physics, natural sciences, mid 19TH – mid-20TH c.), topography (tools and tools from the mid 19th century to the 1970s), history of the topography (working reproductions of instruments for the measurement of soil from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance) calculating machines (end XIX – late 20th century), educational models – scientific (1920 – 1970), history of design (1950 – 1980 with extensive documentary section).  Comple


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Museum of contemporary art

The mission of the Museum is deeply tied to the territory, to history and to the artists who have worked in it; It aims to retrace the historical stages of contemporary art in Terra di Lavoro from the post-war period to today. This mission was accompanied by a more open vision capable of conveying the territory the new trends in contemporary art. This is the fundamental relationship with the land. The site chosen for the construction of the permanent collection is the center of social and Cultural Services St. Augustine. The service at Saint Augustine Museum is completed by a number of activi


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