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Discover 8 places to see in Castellammare di Stabia

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Antiquarium Stabiano

The ancient territory of Stabiae stretched in the area occupied by the current municipalities of Castellammare di Stabia, Gragnano, Lettere, Sant'Antonio Abate, Santa Maria La Carità and Casola di Napoli the phenomenon that characterized this area until the eruption of Vesuvius was the spread of residential villas and productive. On the plateau of Varano, in a panoramic position on the sea, according to current knowledge, luxury homes were built of great extension, organized on several levels with terracing. Archaeological activities in recent years have allowed to locate in this area more tha


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FORMER ROYAL PALACE QUISISANA

The architectural complex of the Quisisana has had a significant transformation in the first half of the 700. The building is one of the many suburban residences, luxurious base for hunting games, that the Royal family had in the Kingdom.


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MUDISS-Diocesan Museum Saleem Stabia

In the Museum you can admire artefacts found in the necropolis behind the Cathedral in the years 1875-78 and stored first in the Chapter House and from 1964 to 2007 at the Antiquarium Statale. Their dating from the 2ND to the 6th century AD. The landmark column of Adriano on path, Stabiae, Nuceria Surrentum testifying, with certain date, the rebirth of Stabia ("renatas Stabiasque" says the poet Statius) after the eruption of 79 ad. Are also interesting tombstones and sarcophagi, including that of Julius Longinus with the bas-relief of "Apollo, Minerva and the muses" dating to the late 3rd cent


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Museum Center for biodiversity Knowledge of the regional park of the Lattari Mountains

The Museum aims to spread the universality of nature system. To offer the visitor, a perception of this complex network of relationships between living things and not, that characterizes the nature of the Lattari Mountains and the civilization that resides in them, the marine water Aquarium exhibits representing the Tyrrhenian Sea and are home to some of the most common species of this environment as the Octopus, Scorpion fish, perchia, sea urchin. A small fishing boat equipped with pots and networks depicts the ancient relationship between man and the sea. There is no shortage of fresh water


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Stabiae excavations

The ancient territory of Stabiae stretched in the area occupied by the current municipalities of Castellammare di Stabia, Gragnano, Lettere, Sant'Antonio Abate, Santa Maria La Carità and Casola di Napoli the phenomenon that characterized this area until the eruption of Vesuvius was the spread of residential villas and productive. On the plateau of Varano, in a panoramic position on the sea, according to current knowledge, luxury homes were built of great extension, organized on several levels with terracing. Archaeological activities in recent years have allowed to locate in this area more tha


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Villa Arianna

The villa, which takes its name from a painting depicting Ariadne abandoned, was originally dug in the Bourbon age, in the second half of the 18th century, by Charles Weber. The overall look is now integrating the Bourbon retreadable floor plans of the areas excavated and then rinterrati with that party in remittances light. The most consistent nucleus includes the input sequence, square and peristyle Hall according to the typical suburban residences Vitruvian. The residential structure in its original nucleus dates back to the late Republican era, but was later expanded, with the addition of


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Roman Villa cd. According To Complex

The villa, partially excavated, was composed of a core oldest articulated around the peristyle with porch on three sides and some residential. Part of panoramic rooms North of the peristyle, arranged symmetrically with respect to the axis of the salon, is stopped, but the data are obtained from the layout of planimetric borbonica.


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Villa San Marco

The villa, whose formal name is derived from an ancient chapel built in the area in the second half of the eighteenth century, it was built on the edge of the hill that maybe soon crumbled in part already at the time of the eruption, dragging with it the northern end of the North front arranged. The planimetry of the building grows according to a dual orientation: most of the complex follows the trend of the Hill, with most environments in a panoramic position overlooking the sea. The spa sector follows the urban orientation, as evidenced by Carlo Weber detections of 1759. The villa was built


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