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In the funicular from Montesanto, Naples, Italy

The Montesanto Funicular (Italian: Funicolare di Montesanto), is a funicular railway line that forms part of the public transport system for the city of Naples, Italy. Opened in 1891, the Montesanto Funicular carries over 4 million passengers per year.

Montesanto Funicular connects three stations, Morghen, Corso Vittorio Emanuele (Napoli), and Montesanto. At Morghen, it is a short walk to Piazza Vanvitelli, where there is a connection to Vanvitelli station, on Line 1 of the Naples Metro (Metropolitana di Napoli), and to the Chiaia Funicular.


Copyright: Romain Calvetti
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20122x10061
Taken: 26/03/2019
Uploaded: 30/09/2019


Tags: italy; monument; history; historical heritage; place; outdoors; naples; funicular
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