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Grotta di Seiano, Naples
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  • At the end of an artificial tunnel the remains of a Roman villa at the Augustan age, but especially after a sometimes dark it remains blinded by the Sun, the colors, the beauty of a landscape absolutely unique in the world and with the unexpected perspective. The Romans were masters in the art of building works that have challenged the centuries, the "Grande Napoli" are equally good in both erudite explanations that in stressing the magical atmosphere of the place. Go for it!
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  • After a course in a tunnel carved into the rock over 2000 years ago, arrives at a magical place worth seeing.
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  • The cave entrance on descent of Coroglio somewhat reminiscent for those who have visited the Sibyl's Cave at cumae. Access to the cave of Sejanus have proportions more and would link the descent of Trentaremi Bay, the Bay Bay Coroglio with so called because it could serve as a docking at Roman Triremes stationed here for the presence of several Roman settlements including the Villa Pausylipon owned by a wealthy Knight beneventano Publius Vedius pollio who on his death left this beautiful villa Emperor Augustus. Arriving from the sea after passing the island of Gajola Bay Trentaremi Bay in mid coast one can see openings, they were used for lighting and ventilation of the cave itself.
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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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