Baia di Ieranto
Via Ieranto, 80061, 80061 Massa Lubrense NA, Italy
About Baia di Ieranto
The Baia di Ieranto Natural Area is the name of an Italian nature reserve, established in 1997, and located in the municipality of Massa Lubrense in the province of Naples in Campania. Covering an area of 49.50 ha, the bay of Ieranto is located at the extreme tip of the Sorrentine peninsula, on a notch in the coast between Capri and the Amalfi coast.
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Punta Campanella is a promontory of Campania and a protected marine area established in 1997 with the name Punta Campanella marine protected natural area. The promontory is located on the Sorrento coast, dividing the Gulf of Naples from that of Salerno and extending over an area of over 1500 hectares in the sea, between the municipalities of Massa Lubrense and Positano.
Piazza Torquato Tasso is one of the squares of District 1, Oltrarno area in Florence. In the past, it was called Piazza Gusciana. The current name is in honor of the poet Torquato Tasso and was given to him in January 1913, a few years after the first construction of the square between 1901 and 1905 thanks to the opening of a section of the walls that closed the area. The name of "Gusciana", which survived longer than the others, was then assigned, in 1998, to an adjoining road.
The Correale Museum of Terranova is an archaeological museum, art gallery, and art gallery in Sorrento: in its interior furniture of the XVII century, paintings ranging from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century, archaeological and porcelain, especially of the Capodimonte school. The museum exhibits collections of Neapolitan painters dating from the 17th and 18th century. It contains valuable Capodimonte and Sèvres ceramics, Murano glassware, Bohemia crystals, and a collection of watches.
Sirenuse, also known as Li Galli, are some small islands off the Amalfi Coast in Italy, near Positano and Capri. The archipelago consists of three islands, Gallo Lungo, La Castelluccia, and La Rotonda. The name Sirenuse is probably a reference to the fact that this was the place where the mythological siren stayed.
Villa Lysis is a neo- neoclassical villa located in the northern part of the island of Capri, in via Lo Capo. The villa mixes modern and classic architectural elements. It is a unique and enchanting spot, closely tied to the life and tastes of Jacques d'Adelswärd Fersen, a Parisian count who withdrew to the island of Capri in self-imposed exile to escape a series of scandals in his home country.
Casa Malaparte on the Italian island of Capri was a house conceived in lockdown. Built-in the late 1930s, its first occupant, Curzio Malaparte — an Italian-German poet. The house was conceived around 1937 by the well-known Italian architect Adalberto Libera for Curzio Malaparte. Malaparte actually rejected Libera's design and built the home himself with the help of Adolfo Amitrano, a local stonemason.
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Campania is one of the regions of Southern Italy and stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea, from the mouth of the Garigliano River to the Gulf of Policastro. The mild climate, the beauty of the coasts, the richness of its art and history, and the love for food make Campania the fascinating territory that it is.