Campi Flegrei

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Curving along the Bay of Pozzuoli, this land took the name Phlegraean Fields (Campi Flegrei) on account of its volcanic nature: phlegreaen comes from a Greek verb meaning "to burn". Rising up out of the ground and the sea, hot springs, fumaroles, gases and sulphurous vapours demonstrate significant subterranean activity; several craters have now become lakes. The seaside resorts of the Bay of Pozzuoli are also pleasant ports of call.

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Solfatara Solfatara
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Amphitheatre of Flavius (Anfiteatro Flavio) Amphitheatre of Flavius (Anfiteatro Flavio)
Amphitheatre of Flavius (Anfiteatro Flavio)
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Temple of Serapis (Macellum) Temple of Serapis (Macellum)
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Temple of Augustus
Temple of Augustus
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Mergellina Mergellina
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Museo Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei Museo Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei
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