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Beach club in Naples
Going to the beach in Italy is a little different than going to beach in most other places. You won't find boardwalks or salt water taffy here. What we do have are something called stabilimenti balneari, which kind of translates to beach club. Even if there is no sand but only Rocks, the water calls. In the beach club you will find clean bathrooms, often chairs and umbrellas and a restaurent. But all this is not free. They are called stabilimenti and if you can find a "free" beach, they are the Cancelli.
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NAPLES 2016
As a port City. Naples receives a large influx of illigal immigrants.
With a high rate of unemployment come the slums.
Being a port city it somehow creates this homeless haeven around the pre-war buildings south of the port. Naples has done much during the past five years to change but homeless people are still hanging out at train station and bus stops and are building camps in the port area.
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First look at the City.
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Vesuvio, early morning.
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Bagnoli is a western seaside quarter of Naples.
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the Metropolitan City of Naples had a population of 3,115,320. Naples is the 9th-most populous urban area in the European Union with a population of between 3 million[3] and 3.7 million.[4] About 4 million people live in the Naples metropolitan area, one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea.[2] (Wikipedia)
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The famous sidestreets of Napoli.
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At the harbourfront.
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