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Ravello is a village perched on a 350 feet high cliff overlooking the blue sea of the Amalfi Coast. It has conserved its historical monuments through the ages in a natural setting which has few equals in the world. The most important monuments are the Cathedral, founded in 1086, Villa Rufolo, i.e. the garden where Richard Wagner found its magical garden of Klingsor for the second act of Parsifal, Villa Cimbrone, which is the other garden of Ravello, famous for its breathtaking belvedere and several other monuments and villas. Ravello is also located near Positano and Amalfi, two of the most well-known Italian summer resorts.

Amalfi Coast
Six Sites in the Campania Region

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Villa Rufolo

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Villa Cimbrone

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Concert Stage at
Villa Rufolo


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