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Marano di Napoli


Today this town is an integral part of Naples metropolitan area.
Its territory has been crossed by the Osci, Romans, Byzantines, Suevians, Angevins, French, Spaniards, Austrians, Bourbons, Piedmontese, Nazis and Americans, and all, in one manner or another, have left their mark en route, often by violence.
Just outside the Church of Vallesana, Osco tombs were discovered containing typical furnishings and pottery of that period.
The town's Historic Centre features narrow streets and tracks, one of which was dug out from the travertine rock, and is known today as Cupa Orlando. Still visible are the Ciaurro Mausoleum, the edifices bordering the Consularis Campana, the epigraphs currently conserved in the cloister of San Francesco, and various sacrificial altars from Roman times.


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