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Grotta di Seiano, Naples
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  • by chance, heading towards Bagnoli, known entrance to the grotta di Seiano ... I ask for information and tell me that can be visited by reservation only ... I was already to go away when the same keepers I recall and make me come, alone, begging me to reach another group that was already inside ... wonder napoletana and a flessibile...in mentality other places wouldn't have happened ... anyway, the most important thing is the beauty and ideal country ' of the place ... just over 1 km to cross the Hill of posillipo and tick in a Roman amphitheatre ... the sea ... Naples, which I always find more beautiful and full of sites to visit just experiencing a true Renaissance ... and, despite the cliches, hear the keepers who care even 1 single card thrown on Earth makes you think a lot, but just as Naples has changed ...
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  • A perfect fusion between nature, engineering and archaeology. The tunnel, built in Roman times in the blanket of Neapolitan yellow Tuff and Bourbon reinforced with buttresses (but the bottom is still harmless) connects Coroglio to the so-called Imperial Park Pausilypon, an archaeological area of great interest, not yet fully brought to light, in an enviable position from the point of view of landscape with the eye that can sweep across the Gulf of Pozzuoli (Nisida , Procida, Ischia, Miseno and the coast flegrea). Join the suggestion of the passage through the tunnel, rendered romantic by soft lighting, with the scientific and engineering interest (the Romans were particularly good at digging tunnels in the rock: this measure something in less than 1 km), with historical and archaeological aspect of the remains of the Park and with the gratification that gives a vision so spectacular in the most picturesque part of the Campi Flegrei (hence reproduced many vole in Neapolitan gouache , testimony of the Grand Tour). "Attraction". Better to be accompanied by someone who can give guidance on all aspects highlighted.
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  • What they were able to do in ancient times is just brilliant a long tunnel well designed with panoramic views that bore the Pozzuoli to Naples or better at ville di Posillipo and Virgil's school an example for administrators now incapable that to decide the fate of bagnoli squabble from 50 years
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  • Our B&B set up a reservation for this your and it was fantastic. Long tunnel takes you out to a interesting Roman royal villa ruins. Beautiful views and interesting history. Only a few English speaking people in tours so most in Italian but guides would fill in with English and answer all questions. Would highly recommend this during any visit to Naples
  • Vedius pollio in the 1st century he built a villa at the Imperial level and to build it opened a gallery on both sides in the Posillipo Hill, according to the humanist Pontano, who visited the cave in 1400 propse the name of Sejanus whom architect author of the Gallery, Sejanus was the Praetorian Prefect of Tiberius and was the author of the gallery that was commissioned from the architect Cocceius by Agrippa under the patronage of Augustus Emperor. The Gallery, now fully recovered, is opened on the descent of Coroglio, 770 meters long, has openings for ventilation to the South, has been buttressed by Ferdinando of Bourbon. On the side of the Gulf of Naples the ruins consist of a Odeion, a teatrum tectum and a magnificent room with the remains of screed made of opus sectile made of precious marbles. The view overlooking the Bay of village trentaremi (for thirty tari) and to Naples on the island of Gaiola.
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  • Roman engineering show the cave goes directly to the Park of Cala Trentaremi Bay openings not over ravines Pausilypon
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  • Besides being very impressive is admirable dedication that have people who we "work" as volunteers.
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  • The cave is actually the entrance to the Archaeological Park of pausillypon. At the end of the tunnel "light". Roman villa of pollio, Greek Theatre, Roman Theatre in a unique scenery (Naples, Sorrento, Capri, Procida, Ischia etc.).
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