The medieval Castel Nuovo with the Vesuvius in the background in Naples, Italy.


The coat of arms of Naples

Naples (derived from the Greek Neapolis for “New City”) is the third-biggest city in Italy. It is world-renown for its beauti­ful historic old town with many fortresses and countless palazzos. The volcano Mount Vesuvius and the ruined Roman cities Herculaneum and Pompeji are located near Naples.