The Unesco sites of Campania

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Italy has almost sixty Unesco sites, it is among the countries in the world that has the most.
10 of these, between tangible and intangible sites, are in Campania

Archaeological parks, churches, architecture and monumental complexes, arts and secular traditions
These are the Unesco sites in Campania

Ten wonders, all to be experienced

Palazzo Reale di Caserta, la facciata

Royal Palace of Caserta

Unesco heritage since 1997

Unesco site with the Carolino Aqueduct and the San Leucio Complex

Scavi di Pompei

Pompeii and Herculaneum archaeological excavations

Unesco heritage since 1997

Defined by UNESCO: unique places that have no equivalent anywhere in the world.

Napoli centro storico

The historic center of Naples

Unesco heritage since 1995

Discover the first Unesco site in Campania

Costiera Amalfitana

Amalfi Coast

Unesco heritage since 1997

The extraordinary Unesco cultural landscape that unites 13 municipalities on the Campania coast

Paestum Cilento Unesco, un tempio greco

National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano

UNESCO MAB Biosphere Reserve since 1997

180,000 hectares, dozens of municipalities, the border between Magna Graecia and the Lucanian and Etruscan peoples

Chiesa di Santa Sofia - Unesco Benevento: il colonnato

Church of Santa Sofia, Benevento

UNESCO heritage since 2011

An integral part of the Unesco site Serial “The Lombards in Italy. The places of power (568-774 AD)”

Pizzaiolo napoletano, la preparazione dell'impasto

The art of Neapolitan Pizzaioli

UNESCO intangible heritage since 2017

Considered art by Unesco, pizza as a sense of identity and continuity, a source of respect for cultural diversity.

La pasta, elemento cardine della dieta mediterranea

Mediterranean diet

UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage since 2010

Considered by Unesco as a mix of knowledge and traditions, a common thread from the landscape to the table

Lacedonia, Transumanza Patrimonio Unesco

The Transhumance of Zungoli and Lacedonia

UNESCO cultural heritage since 2019

For Unesco: an event that binds those who have practiced it and the countries crossed

Feast of the Lilies of Nola

Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity UNESCO since 2013

They enliven the city of Giordano Bruno every year, on the occasion of the patronal feast of San Paolino

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