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American enclave in Naples?
I've never seen so many baseball fields at once outside the U.S. (so far, that is)
Macellum or 'Temple of Serapis' at Pozzuoli (1.97 mi / 3.17 km)
Roman Amphitheater at Pozzuoli (2.05 mi / 3.30 km)
Historic Center of Pozzuoli (2.30 mi / 3.71 km)
Cumae (modern Cuma) (2.75 mi / 4.42 km)
Roman Baths in Bacoli (3.33 mi / 5.36 km)
Bacoli Castle (3.38 mi / 5.43 km)
TRANSIENT: Stitching error (4.58 mi / 7.36 km)
Stadio San Paolo (4.86 mi / 7.82 km)
Cape Miseno (5.11 mi / 8.23 km)
Posillipo (5.92 mi / 9.53 km)
From: kjfitzThis is Carney Park. It is a military recreation area. I played there as a kid back in the 60s. The whole park is in the bottom of a dead volcano.
Tue Aug 02 16:55:22 -0700 2005
From: barbatusGreat! Thank you.
Tue Aug 02 18:15:53 -0700 2005
From: barbatusBy the way, I think everyone's noticed one of the main features which distinguish a European city, town or even a small village from their American counterparts: football (what Americans call 'soccer') fields in Europe and baseball in the U.S.
Wed Aug 10 08:48:59 -0700 2005