This photograph features a large frontal entrance to the famous castle in Naples, Italy called Castel Nuovo. Castel Nuovo translates to 'new castle' in English. The image has been converted to black and white to emphasize the centuries-old aged brick and stonework texture. The medieval castle fortress was initially constructed in 1282 and rebuilt in 1479. It beautifully preserved building is located in front of Piazza Municipio and the city hall in central Naples, Campania, Italy.
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