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I envie découverte I wishlist discovery I ‫اكت�شـاف‬ ‫رغباتنا‬ I envie découverte I wishlist discovery I ‫اكت�شـاف‬ ‫رغباتنا‬ 2 1. L’île de Capri et sa mer de rêve I The isle of Capri and its heavenly I‫األحالم‬ ‫وحبر‬ ‫اكبري‬ ‫جزيرة‬ 2. Les ruines de Pompéi I The ruins of Pompeii I ‫بومباي‬ ‫آثار‬ ‫وزخرفها‬ ‫الرباكنية‬ ‫األجحار‬ ‫ذات‬ ‫أبراجها‬ ‫بفضل‬ ٠‫القويط‬ ‫بومباي‬ ‫آثار‬ ‫املوقع‬ ‫عىل‬ ‫التعرجي‬ ‫دون‬ ‫نابويل‬ ‫زيارة‬ ‫املستحيل‬ ‫من‬ ‫منحدر‬ ‫من‬ ‫اآلخر‬ ‫اجلانب‬ ‫عىل‬ ٠‫ببومباي‬ ‫األثري‬ ‫آثار‬ ‫تقع‬ ،‫كيلومرت‬ 30 ‫من‬ ‫أقل‬ ‫بعد‬ ‫وعىل‬ ،‫فزيوف‬ 76 ‫سنة‬ ‫الرباكين‬ ‫الثوران‬ ‫رماد‬ ‫حتت‬ ‫املدفونة‬ ‫املدينة‬ ٠‫نىس‬ ‫ي‬ ُ ‫ال‬ ‫مهشدا‬ ‫اليقني‬ ‫وجه‬ ‫عىل‬ ‫وتعرض‬ ‫رج‬ ‫وت‬ ‫مبناسبة‬ 17 ‫القرن‬ ‫يف‬ ‫شفت‬ ‫ت‬ ُ ‫اك‬ ‫اليت‬ ‫بومباي‬ ‫اليوم‬ ٠‫إستثنائية‬ ‫حالة‬ ‫يف‬ ‫جديدة‬ ‫كنوزا‬ ،‫قناة‬ ‫حفر‬ ‫يشء‬ ‫ال‬ ،‫احلفريات‬ ‫كشفهتا‬ ‫ملا‬ ‫مع‬ 69 ‫بني‬ ‫من‬ ‫ويبىق‬ »‫الربية‬ ‫احلياة‬ ‫«مزنل‬ ،»‫الكبري‬ ‫«املرسح‬ ‫يضايه‬ ‫جانب‬ Pompeii and its vestiges It is unthinkable to visit Naples without stopping at the archaeological site of Pompeii. Located on the other side of Mount Vesuvius, around thirty kilometres away, the city’s ruins was buried under volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, 1 eradicating all traces of life in its wake. Rediscovered Famous quote by German writer Goethe in his Italian Famous Piazza Bellini at the west end of the centre in the 17th Century during canal construction, Pompeii journey “Vedi Napoli e poi muori” - literally « see gushes Neapolitan “dolce vita”. still reveals new treasures in exceptional state. Among the sixty-nine unearthed vestiges, the Grand Theatre, Naples then die », stands testimony to the greatness Naples, the city that has it all Naples – capital of the city of ‫اليت‬ ‫الشاملة‬ ‫وإطاللهتا‬ »‫ماالبارت‬ ‫«فيال‬ ‫سدها‬ ُ‫تج‬ ٠٠٠‫بيكوال‬ ‫مارينا‬ ‫عىل‬ ‫فة‬ ‫املش‬ ‫تراغارا‬ ‫باحة‬ ‫نابويل‬ ‫«زر‬ ‫نقول‬ ‫لن‬ ،‫اخلتام‬ ‫ويف‬ ‫لكن‬ ،»‫مت‬ ‫مث‬ ‫الرومنسية‬ ،‫اكبري‬ :»‫فويزن‬ ‫دي‬ ‫«المبويس‬ ‫الاكتب‬ ‫بلكامت‬ ‫سنستأنس‬ I ٠٠»!‫إلهيا‬ ‫لتعود‬ ‫ش‬ ‫ع‬ ِ ‫و‬ ‫نابويل‬ ‫«زر‬ Castel Nuovo the House of the Faun (largest and most impressive is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities not Castel Nuovo is also nestled in the centre of Naples - private residences in the city), the Amphitheatre, the Although in summer, Capri is a bustling mecca, only in Italy but worldwide, and we even like to say facing the port. Less popular than the Castel dell’Ovo Forum, pedestrian crossings and the impressive casts she knows how to be intimate and exclusive in that its creation preceded Rome. During 28 centuries, – which is worth a visit - the imposing fortress built in of inhabitants who did not flee the city ara a must-see. low season. Capri is best discovered on foot, so Naples retained the imprint of the successive cultures the 13th Century by order of King Charles I of Anjou A whole day is necessary to explore the 44 hectares comfortable walking shoes are advised. The island is that emerged in Europe and the Mediterranean basin. was stage to dramatic events and was for a long time exhumed during archaeological excavations (the only 6 Kilometre long, but has an array of treasures. Capri’s “Via Krupp” path (one of world’s most beautiful footpaths), the Arco Naturale -on the East coast of the residence of its rulers. It was in one of his many and a UNESCO World Heritage site - includes all the rooms that Pope Celestine V resigned and Boniface Visitors are advised to book their tickets. beautiful and lively, polluted essential elements that contribute to the justification VIII was elected instead. Legend has it that part of and gritty all describe Naples of its outstanding universal value, and offers a unique the Neapolitan nobility was massacred in the Hall of Dolce Capri by the Romans during Antiquity - the architectural journey through the city’s history. 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