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Piazza dei Martiri, Naples
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  • Elegant square well attended both day and night. Linger on the monument to the martyrs, well built with pedestal, the statue and 4 lions, in the area there are several clubs to spend an evening.
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  • Clean and cared for piazza in the Centre of which stands a solemn column bounded by 4 Lions. Accustomed to the charm of the Neapolitan degradation, seen so much whiteness I immediately threw a brown paper bag on the ground but a lady with Leopard fur and hat with ostrich feathers while collecting the poop of Dudu codialmente invited me to correct my havoc. What a shame! (give the name Dudu the dog I mean)
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  • Elegant square from which radiate some of the most exclusive streets. It is here that ends via Chiaia, in 2 steps from p.zza victory and then to via Caracciolo, the Riviera di Chiaia and the Villa Comunale. Great palaces, including Palace Partanna and Palazzo Calabritto (the latter attributed to Vanvitelli: Luigi and Carlo), adorn the square, but what attracts the eye is the monument to the martyrs Neapolitans: nineteenth-century work that consists of a tall column, dominated by a statue symbolizing the virtue of the martyrs and with 4 beautiful Lions at the base (each with a precise symbolic significance), surrounded by a bed of flowers. On the square there are the shops open for exclusive brands. Don't miss it, please, to stretch the vs/a few step to go to see the famous elliptical staircase of Palazzo Mannajuolo, ranked # 36 in Via Filangeri, one of several Art Nouveau buildings leaving nearby (ask the doorman once in place).
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