tc106 2022 naples


September 12th – September 15th, 2022
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
Napoli, Italy

Venue/Social Events


Naples it is an Italian city, chief town of the homonym province and the region Campania. It is the bystander administrative commune for population after Rome and Milan with inhabitants; while his/her metropolitan area, according to the data to which he makes reference, it oscillates between the 3 and the 5 million of people. Naples is nearly situated in central position on the homonym gulf, between the Vesuvius and the volcanic area of the Fields Flegrei in a defined scenery “among the more celebrated and enchanting to the world” . Its vast artistic and architectural patrimony is protected by the UNESCO, whose errands have included from 1995 the historical center in Naples, the vast of Europe, among the sites of the world patrimony of the humanity 

In his/her first installation of Partenope on the hill of Pizzofalcone, you/he/she was founded between the IX and the VIII century from Greek farmers; subsequently rifondata as Neapoli in the zone. 

Naples rises to the center of the homonym gulf, dominated by the thick volcanic of the Vesuvius and delimited to east from the peninsula sorrentina with Point Campanella, to west from the gulf of Pozzuoli with Head Miseno, to north from the appendixes of the Appenino they Live.  

The historical city has gone developing prominently himself/herself/itself on the coast; the first nucleus of the city was constituted from the islet of Megaride, where Greek farmers gave start to the first commercial emporium that it behaved the development of the today’s city. The territory in Naples is primarily composed from hills (many of these reliefs overcome the 150 meters high to come up to the 452 ms of the Hill of the Camaldolis) on which real districts e/o historical neighborhoods were born, but also from islands, inlets and peninsulas to precipice on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The whole territory has a history complex geologicamente: the recent substratum is composed mainly from deposits of various volcanic nature.  

Naples, Italian Napoli, ancient (Latin) Neapolis (“New Town”), city, capital of Naples provincia, Campania regione, southern Italy. It lies on the west coast of the Italian peninsula, 120 miles (190 km) southeast of Rome. On its celebrated bay—flanked to the west by the smaller Gulf of Pozzuoli and to the southeast by the more extended indentation of the Gulf of Salerno—the city is situated between two areas of volcanic activity: Mount Vesuvius to the east and the Campi Flegrei (Phlegraean Fields) to the northwest. The most recent eruption of Vesuvius occurred in 1944. In 1980 an earthquake damaged Naples and its outlying towns, and since then Pozzuoli to the west has been seriously afflicted by bradyseism (a phenomenon involving a fall or rise of land). 

Naples is located near the midpoint of the arc of hills that, commencing in the north at the promontory of Posillipo and terminating in the south with the Sorrentine peninsula, form the central focus of the Bay of Naples. To the south of the bay’s entrance to the Tyrrhenian Sea, the island of Capri forms a partial breakwater, visible from the city in clear weather and at times of impending storm but increasingly screened by polluted air from the industrial zone developed, since World War II, between central Naples and the Vesuvian slopes. Pollution also afflicts the waters of the port, obliging the more scrupulous practitioners of the immemorial Neapolitan fishing industry to withdraw ever farther from their native shore. 

While the importance of Naples as the principal port of southern Italy is at last in decline, the city remains the centre of the nation’s meridional commerce and culture, beset by inveterate difficulties, and distinguished by an adroit and original spirit that retains many suggestions of the classical past and of assimilated historical experience. Of all the cities of southern Italy with Greek origins, Naples presents the most striking example of a lively continuity. It is also perhaps the last great metropolis of western Europe whose monuments, albeit often in decay, may still be seen in their popular context, without distractions of tourism or self-conscious commercialism. 

Naples is a city whose richness requires from the visitor time, accessibility, and some knowledge of the Neapolitan past. Its historic centre was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995.