Amalfi is the main town along the beautiful Amalfi Coast. It has an almost Spanish feel, with tall white houses perched on small valley slopes facing the sea, and providing a wonderful setting with the deep-blue waters of the sea. This is Italy's oldest maritime republic, founded in 840, which enjoyed its greatest prosperity in the 11C and gave its name to the Amalfi Tables, the oldest maritime code in the world.
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