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Castello Aragonese di Baia Napoli, Baia
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  • Inside the Castle houses the archaeological museum, with 47 exhibition rooms, divided according to the exhibits. With the same ticket you can visit the Roman baths always at Bay, the ruins of cumae and Flavian Amphitheater in Pozzuoli.
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  • Loved the location of this castle. Too bad that while visiting the sky was gray and overcast by the clouds but the scenery is truly beautiful. The Castle offers a nice scenic walk and a real dive in history and past of the phlegraean fields. Shame about the hurdles and for neglect in some corners but overall is maintained well and truly worth a visit. Very good ticket price also includes access to other sites of the phlegrean fields.
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  • Built by King Alfonso II of Aragon in 1490 on the remains of an ancient Roman villa in order to increase the defensive fortifications of the Gulf of Naples, the capital of the coast guard flegrea, Baia Castle was fitted with walls, moats and drawbridges, which made it look almost impregnable. Damaged by the eruption in 1538 was rebuilt and expand until it assumed its present appearance by the viceroy don Pedro Alvarez de Toledo. Currently houses the Museo Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei, with the façade of the Chapel degli Augustali of Miseno, with several statues pertaining to Gens Flavia, the impressive sculptures of the emperors Vespasian and Titus, Domitian's equestrian statue, a small sculpture of the goddess of Abundance, a large marble slab with the quadriga of Helios and the personification of Miseno, moreover, 11 marble stones that bear dedications to gods and emperors and the plaster of Bay , about 60 fragments of plaster casts from Roman times who played some of the most celebrated masterpieces of classical and Hellenistic period. Finally, you can see the reconstruction of the nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius. A great trip in Roman times not to be missed.
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  • Cuddly sandy beach, well suited among the local grandeur -Castello di baia Bacoli
  • great place. Pity not to let go with plastic fridge but only tote bag, having to leave in a place not really protected (at the end of the Jetty). Clean sea, ventilated
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  • Beautiful aragonese Castle. To visit. Breathtaking view. Should be advertised more. (2016)
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  • Beautiful place, beautiful view.
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  • Visited with the boat and the sea clean views of the Castle and the distant Nisida
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