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Obelisco Egizio

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Obelisco Egizio

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Piazza Paolo Emilio Papiniano, 82100, Benevento Italy
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Caserta, visit the Royal Palace and the San Leucio viewpoint!
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Caserta, visit the Royal Palace and the San Leucio viewpoint!

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Our tour will accompany you to discover the largest Royal Palace in the world. The Royal Palace of Caserta, Luigi Vanvitelli's masterpiece, revolutionized world architecture. We will discover the Grand Staircase of Honor and the marvelous rooms of the Royal Palace, the wonderful Royal Park, the fountains and the Carolino Aqueduct. Then we will visit San Leucio, a small village in the province of Caserta, famous for the Belvedere and the monumental complex with the silk museum. The view from the Belvedere is truly spectacular and deserves a moment to pause to admire the panorama: the complex overlooks the Volturno Valley and the eye manages to get to see Vesuvius and the skyline of Naples. During the tour we will stop for lunch at a restaurant full of history, with great attention in preserving the taste and atmosphere of past eras.
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Thomas Ozbun wrote a review Jan 2019
Vicenza, Italy982 contributions235 helpful votes
The beautiful Egyptian Obelisk located on Piazza Papiniano, with all the hieroglyphics still visible. The obelisk comes from the destroyed Temple of Isis, built during the reign of Emperor Domitian in 89 A.D. and was set on the Cathedral square in 1597 and moved to the current location in 1872.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Natasha W wrote a review Oct 2018
Johannesburg31 contributions4 helpful votes
Interesting little obelisk in the town center. It suits in the street so it's worth taking a look at as you want past
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Date of experience: October 2018
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