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Amalfi is the place that gives name to a splendid road, a 59 km long ribbon that goes from Meta di Sorrento to Vietri sul Mare. The first jewel is Positano with its narrow streets submerged under thousands of linen and cotton clothes that they sell in colorful little shops. Then Conca dei Marini with its ceramic stores above the Emerald Grotto, with its fabolous color and stalagtites and stalagmites and an underwater Crib.Of course afterwards is Amalfi , where the 13th century Cathedral stands out, with the majestic staircase of 62 steps, the bell tower, the museum , the cript and the statue of S. Andrew, which , on the 27 of june is taken on a procession out at sea. But perhaps the diamond is Ravello. Located 350 mt above the sea level, is a special place all built in the norman/sicilian style. Villa Rufolo, where Wagner found inspiration for the "Garden of Klingsor, II act of the Parsifal, and Villa Cimbrone, built in this world but yet not of it. Words cannot describe the views and the feeling when you sit on those terraces. The romanesque cathedral of S. Pantaleone and its mosaics are the icing on the cake.

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