1. Naples International was then a center of general book printing and the book trade, and wealthy members of the Jewish community including immigrants from Spain and Portugal, financed the publishing of Hebrew books.
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3. Naples International has several museums including the National Museum, which holds the Farnese collection and most of the objects excavated at nearby Pompeii and Herculaneum; the picture gallery, housed in Capodimonte palace; a museum of contemporary art, and the aquarium.
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10. Naples International has itself produced numerous prominent professional footballers, including Ciro Ferrara and Fabio Cannavaro.
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11. Naples International has appeared in episodes of TV serials such as The Sopranos and the 1998 version of The Count of Monte Cristo, starring Gerard Depardieu.
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12. Naples International is home of one of the first Italian colour films, Toto in Color, starring Toto (Antonio de Curtis), a famous comedic actor born in Naples.
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14. Naples International has played an important role in the history of Western European art music for more than four centuries.
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20. Naples International is served by the "Second University", a modern university which opened in 1989, and which has strong links to the nearby province of Caserta.
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28. Naples International is the third-largest urban economy in Italy, after Milan and Rome.
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