Salerno

What is Salerno known for?


world poetry

(Spain), the Salerno Poetry Prize (Italy) and the Premio Reina Sofía (Sofía of Spain) Iberoamericas Prize (Spain). In 1997 he was appointed as the Chair of the Real Academia Española. In 2004 he was awarded the inaugural Federico García Lorca Poetry Prize by the City of Granada. His work is represented in the major anthologies of Spanish poetry of the 20th century, and is also included in the'' Vintage Book Of Contemporary World Poetry'' (Random House, 1996). He taught


Andrea

250px thumb The ''Natività'' (Nativity) of Andrea Sabbatini (called "Andrea da Salerno" when he worked in the Cappella Sistina) can be seen inside the "Palazzo Pinto" of the "Pinacoteca Provinciale". 250px thumb The bell tower of the Cathedral. Inside the ''Duomo'' of Salerno is the tomb of the Apostle Matthew. (File:Salerno 2013-05-17 11-08-33.jpg) thumb 250px The port of Salerno. (File:ThePortOfSalerno.jpg) File:Via Botteghelle.JPG thumb right

was built in the 10th century near the "Via dei Mercanti" (merchant street): a document states its existence in 1058. Actually is the home of the "Museo didattico della Scuola Medica Salernitana" (Museum of the Salerno Medical School). * ''Chiesa di San Giorgio''. The church of St. George is the most beautiful Baroque church of Salerno. It has paintings of Andrea Sabatini and high-quality frescoes by Francesco (Francesco Solimena) and Angelo Solimena (late 17th

Renaissance paintings (like those of Andrea Sabatini, who worked in the Cappella Sistina). Archaeological sites * ''Area archeologica etrusco (Etruscan civilization)-sannitica (Samnites) di Fratte''. The ''Archaeological site of the Etruscans and Samnites in Fratte'' is the most southern in Italy and is located in the eastern outskirts of Salerno. It has a huge necropolis. Twin towns — Sister cities Salerno is twinned (twin towns and sister cities) with: class


Naples

, Nicholas of Ajello, that he abandoned the city and fled to Naples, which held out in a siege. In 1194, the situation reversed itself: Naples capitulated, along with most other cities of the Mezzogiorno, and only Salerno resisted. It was sacked and pillaged, much reducing its importance and prosperity. Henry had his reasons, though. He had entrusted Constance to the citizens and they had betrayed him and handed her over to king Tancred of Sicily. Her combined treachery

and stubbornness cost Salerno much after the Hohenstaufen conquest. Henry's son, Frederick II (Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor), moreover, issued a series of edicts that reduced Salerno's role in favour of Naples (in particular, the foundation of the University of Naples in that city). thumb left 300px Salerno in a print from the 17th century. (File:SalernoStampaDEpoca.jpg) From the 14th century onwards, most of the Salerno province became the territory of the Princes of Sanseverino, powerful

network that crossed the town connecting the eastern plain with the area leading to Vietri and Naples. Late modern and contemporary Salerno was an active center of Carbonari activities supporting the unification of Italy in the 19th century.


view+community

http: www.startrek.com startrek view community chat archive transcript 1245.html Robert Picardo ("The Doctor" - VOY) He graduated from William Penn Charter School in 1971 and originally entered Yale University as a pre-medical student, but opted to act instead. While he was at Yale University, he was a member of the Society of Orpheus & Bacchus, an undergraduate a cappella singing group. On Broadway (Broadway theatre) he appeared in '' Gemini

(play) Gemini '' (1977) and ''Tribute (Tribute (play))'' (1978). Early life Picardo was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Joe Picardo. Robert is of Italian (Italian people) heritage, with his father's family originating from Montecovino,Rovello Salerno Salerno and his mother's parents originally from Bomba (Bomba, Abruzzo) in Abruzzo. view community chat archive transcript


campaign appearing

football team under-15 level under coach Luc Rabat. Clichy made his youth international debut on 13 March 2001 in a 3–0 friendly (Exhibition match) win over Italy (Italy national football team). He remained with the team for the rest of the campaign appearing in three matches at the 2001 edition of the Montaigu Tournament, which France won and playing in all three matches at an international tournament in Salerno, Italy.


medical school

and ''comune'' in Campania (south-western Italy) and is the capital of the province of the same name (province of Salerno). It is located on the Gulf of Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Salerno is the main town close to the Amalfi Coast, and is mostly known for its Schola Medica Salernitana, the first medical school in the world. In the 16th century, under the Sanseverino family, among the most powerful feudal lords in Southern Italy, the city became a great centre of learning, culture and the arts, and the family hired several of the greatest intellectuals of the time. WikiPedia:Salerno Commons:Category:Salerno


contemporary world

(Spain), the Salerno Poetry Prize (Italy) and the Premio Reina Sofía (Sofía of Spain) Iberoamericas Prize (Spain). In 1997 he was appointed as the Chair of the Real Academia Española. In 2004 he was awarded the inaugural Federico García Lorca Poetry Prize by the City of Granada. His work is represented in the major anthologies of Spanish poetry of the 20th century, and is also included in the'' Vintage Book Of Contemporary World Poetry'' (Random House, 1996). He taught


ancient medical

and the cathedral (Cathedral of Salerno) were built, and science was boosted as the Schola Medica Salernitana, considered the most ancient medical institution of European West, reached its maximum splendour. At this time in the late 1000s the city was home to 50,000 people. WikiPedia:Salerno Commons:Category:Salerno


italy

Salerno (Province of Salerno) (SA) mayor Vincenzo Napoli (''acting'') mayor_party PSI (Italian Socialist Party (2007)) area_magnitude area_total_km2 58.96 population_footnotes

and ''comune'' in Campania (south-western Italy) and is the capital of the province of the same name (province of Salerno). It is located on the Gulf of Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Salerno is the main town close to the Amalfi Coast, and is mostly known for its Schola Medica Salernitana, the first medical school in the world. In the 16th century, under the Sanseverino family, among the most powerful feudal lords in Southern Italy, the city became a great

the 18th century. After that, Salerno became part of the Parthenopean Republic and saw a period of Napoleonic rule. In recent history the city hosted the King of Italy (Victor Emmanuel III), who moved from Rome in 1943 after Italy negotiated a peace with the Allies in World War II. A brief so-called "government of the South" was then established in the town, that became the "capital" of Italy for some months. Some of the Allies


reasons history

, “emperors, kings, popes, and the richest barons all had their own doctor”, developed during the Middle Ages around its prestigious School of Medicine. Previously, the town of Velia, a little south of Salerno, had a medical College with a school of medicine, which was established in Greek and Roman times. Many important men, such as Paulus Emilius, Cicero, Brutus, and perhaps even Horace and Augustus, had had villas built while staying in Velia for therapeutic reasons

. History Salerno, a city in which, as Michelet said, “emperors, kings, popes, and the richest barons all had their own doctor”, developed during the Middle Ages around its prestigious School of Medicine. Previously, the town of Velia, a little south of Salerno, had a medical College with a school of medicine, which was established in Greek and Roman times. Many important men, such as Paulus Emilius, Cicero, Brutus, and perhaps even Horace and Augustus, had had villas built while staying in Velia for therapeutic reasons. * Jean Antoine Dours Amiens * Alexei Pavlovich Fedchenko Salerno, Moscow, Orenburg, Samerkand botanist * Arnold Förster - 1. 25 March 1995 Stadio Arechi, Salerno WikiPedia:Salerno Commons:Category:Salerno

Salerno

'''Salerno''' is a city and ''comune'' in Campania (south-western Italy) and is the capital of the province of the same name (province of Salerno). It is located on the Gulf of Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Salerno is the main town close to the Amalfi Coast, and is mostly known for its Schola Medica Salernitana, the first medical school in the world. In the 16th century, under the Sanseverino family, among the most powerful feudal lords in Southern Italy, the city became a great centre of learning, culture and the arts, and the family hired several of the greatest intellectuals of the time. Later, in 1694, the city was struck by several catastrophic earthquakes and plagues, and afterwards a period of Spanish rule which would last until the 18th century. After that, Salerno became part of the Parthenopean Republic and saw a period of Napoleonic rule.

In recent history the city hosted the King of Italy (Victor Emmanuel III), who moved from Rome in 1943 after Italy negotiated a peace with the Allies in World War II. A brief so-called "government of the South" was then established in the town, that became the "capital" of Italy for some months. Some of the Allied (Allies of World War II) landings during Operation Avalanche (Operation Avalanche (World War II)) (the invasion of Italy) occurred near Salerno.

Today Salerno is an important cultural centre in Campania and Italy and has had a long and eventful history. The city has a rich and varied culture, and the city is divided into three distinct regions: the medieval sector with a modern state-of-the arts area, the planned 19th century district and the more densely populated post-war area, with its several apartment blocks.

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