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Cheap Train Travel From Pompei To Belvedere Marittimo

Distance from Pompei to Belvedere Marittimo is 140 Kilometer

You will save the environment by
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Departing Train Station: Pompei
The Train station is located at the center of Pompei

Arrival Train Station: Belvedere Marittimo
The Train station is located at the center of Belvedere Marittimo

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More Important Information About Your Travel to Belvedere Marittimo

Belvedere Marittimo is a town and comune in the province of Cosenza in the Calabria region of southern Italy. The town is made of two separate urbanized areas also called "paese" and "marina". The first is what is left of the original medieval town, the second was developed in more recent decades and it now represents the center of Belvedere Marittimo's commercial and touristic services. Its territory covers a stretch of the Tyrrhenian coast. The origins of the ancient settlement, called Belviderium, are uncertain: the finding of a bronze axe in the 19th century shows that human presence in the area probably dates back to the pre-historic age. Other archeological findings concern Bruttian graves. The first encastellation can be ascribed to the Normans who built the castle on the cliff under Roger the Norman (1031-1101).Belvedere people were also involved in the Battle of Lepanto (October 7, 1571) during which the mariner and explorer Cecco Pisano distinguished himself. In 1622 the town was given to Tiberio Carafa, the first Prince of Belvedere, after whom the castle, that has always been the heart of the town history, was named.The town was also the birthplace of Saint Daniel Fasanella who is also the town's patron saint.

Additional Information About Pompei

Pompei (Italian: [pomˈpɛi]; Neapolitan: Pumpeje [pumˈbɛːjə]) is a city and comune in the Metropolitan City of Naples in Italy, home of the ancient Roman ruins part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.