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Discover 4 places to see in NOLA

Admire the most beautiful places of NOLA and add them to your basket. YAMGU will create your trip considering distances, opening hours and weather.


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Monastery of Santa Maria la Nova

The monastery of Santa Maria La Nova is located in the historic centre of the city of Nola. The audience of 1651 in the Archivio Storico Diocesano di Nola is the richest documentary source of information for reconstructing the events of the religious complex. Was Sr. Francesca Sussolana, who belonged to a noble family which built nolana, at the old church in 1521 a new convent under the rule of St. Clare. The complex expanded over the centuries as a result of direct purchases and donations of real property located in its immediate vicinity and suffered both in the 16th that in the 17th century


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Museo Diocesano di Nola

The Museum opened in 2000 by Bishop Benjamin Depalma is conceived as integrated and widespread reality on the ground. The aim of the project of preparation and organization of the museum space is inspired by a new form of juxtaposition to works of art, no longer harvested in a single container, snaturate from their context, but visible in their own places of worship that are characterised as decentralised structures and organise Museum on the Diocesan territory. The route is divided into two routes: the first takes place around the insula del duomo and reaches more sacred monuments of the city


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Museo Storico Archeologico di Nola

The Museum, housed in a prestigious building that was once a Canossian convent, designed by the municipal administration, after restoration, exhibition venue, offers to the public, through a wide and purposive selection of archaeological materials, the history of the area of Nola. The tour starts from the prehistoric section, marked by a theme-in the first room shows the volcanic activity of the Somma-Vesuvius, delineated through the different eruptive types and those with particular emphasis on the history of the area influenced Nolan, as the rash of "Pumice of Avellino", in the bronze age,


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