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Naples Italy Center View From Via Nuova del Campo
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This view from Via Nuova del Campo allows you to see almost all of Naples from on high. The skyscarper section and the port to the North and Northewat The Vesuvius to the West, is obscured by the near hill.

Copyright: Scott knauss
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送信日: 01/06/2009
更新日: 30/09/2014
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