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Do not go out after dark

A lot of graffiti,excess rubbish and a very scary experience after dark.Lots of youths hanging... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2017
Holli_Dayze
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Northallerton, United Kingdom
Bigger skyline in Italy

A very photogenic place, so different from the rest of the city. With its 18 skyscrapers it's the... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2014
Neldot
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Naples, Italy
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12 Oct 2017
“Do not go out after dark”
25 Oct 2015
“Stunning and a Refreshing Contrast”
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

A lot of graffiti,excess rubbish and a very scary experience after dark.Lots of youths hanging around. During the day-the graffiti and rubbish are still present ,however you can enjoy the architecture

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Reviewed 26 October 2015

I am personally very interested in architecture, particularly modern and post-modern architecture. Accordingly, I very much enjoyed seeing this area and it is such a refreshing contrast from what one would usually see in Naples. The area is essentially a pedestrianised tract of land adjacent...More

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Reviewed 8 June 2014

A very photogenic place, so different from the rest of the city. With its 18 skyscrapers it's the bigger skyline in Italy (until 2011 it was also the tallest).

Thank Neldot
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