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Statua Di Garibaldi, Naples
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  • I went to 8/2016. It is located in Piazza Garibaldi in Naples Central station, in front of the statue. Walk from the train station 5 minutes walk, in front of UNA Hotel. Close to the hotel, so every day passed in front of this statue. Around is under construction for the far body with noticeable pile.
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  • A shame as this statue and the surrounding square were so poorly treated. Beyond the bond that the city has with the well-known conqueror Giuseppe Garibaldi, it would be interesting to a restoration and cleaning, perhaps protecting it with a fence. To see anyway
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  • Statue Square and degraded. Having been abetted by a conqueror in Naples Garibaldi by the camorra, I would say that the work should be deleted and the square renamed because its pseudo-mille expedition did nothing but impoverish Naples and South, relegating him to the comatose state that still stands today!
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