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Campania Region Map | Italy Regional Maps - Europe Travel
Campania and Amalfi coast map and travel planner, with information on the ancient ruins of Pompeii and Paestum as well as transportation options for getting ...
Paestum Travel Guide | Europe Travel
Paestum offers the traveler some of the best preserved Doric temples in the Campania region of Italy south of Naples. Visitor information, map, and pictures of ...
Archeobus Rome - Europe Travel - About.com
Archeobus Rome - and Archeobus Flegrei (Campania) ... Campania (the area around Naples) used to have such a bus, but it seems to have been discontinued .
Wine Travel in Campania, Italy - Senior Travel - About.com
Some of Italy's oldest wine grapes originated in Campania, in the hills outside Naples. If you visit Campania, you can tour wineries, enjoy gourmet cuisine and ...
Campania - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Campania was an area of southern Italy located southeast of Rome. It was a part of Magna Graecia [see map of southern Italy]. In Campania were Capua, ...
Campania Region Travel and Tourism Information - Campania Italy
The best Mozzarella di Bufala comes from Campania, as well as arguably the best pizza and coffee. Campania should be on every Italophiles travel to do list.
Campanian Recipes - Italian Food - About.com
Campania is on the one hand famed for pizza, which originated in Naples, and tomatoes (the plum variety comes from Mount Vesuvius), and on the other for ...
Campanian Starters, Breads, Pizza and Street Foods - Italian Food
... but that people have discovered them and begun to enjoy them. And Campania does have a long tradition of street foods, foremost of which is of course pizza.
Campanian Sweets and Desserts - Italian Food - About.com
Campania boasts one of the richest of all Italian traditions for sweets, and this is saying something: Pastiera at Easter, Struffoli for Christmas, Zeppole for San ...
Ancient Italic Peninsula - The Ancient Area Covered by Modern ...
Mt. Vesuvius is a volcano in the area of Italy south of Rome known as Campania. Mt. Vesuvius erupted in A.D. 79 destroying the cities of Herculaneum and ...
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