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Description: A tour of southern Italy in 1960

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Clip #: TFA-137B
Length: 7:43
Year: 1960
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Subject: Coastline
Original: 16mm
1960s, Southern Italy, Naples, Gulf of Naples, coastline, Mount Vesuvius, cityscape, car pov street scenes, traffic, streetcars, modern apartment buildings, billboards, equestrian statue, woman shopping at flower stand and smelling flowers, Pozzuoli, Piccolo Vesuvio, tourists looking at volcanic mineral springs, women cooking spaghetti over hot spring, women eating spaghetti, car pov driving on road, road sign pointing to Pompei, Castellammare and Sorrento, Pompeii ruins, people waving to Apollo statue, people walking through ruins, columns, workers excavating and preserving ruins, Sorrentine Peninsula, Sorrento Peninsula, car driving on winding road, village buildings built on cliffs, car pov historic street and winding coastal roads, Capri, harbor, funicular railway, Piazza Umberto I, market, tourists shopping at stalls, horse drawn carriages, women riding donkeys down street, man playing guitar and serenading woman, Marina Piccola, Faraglioni, people on beach, women in swimsuits sitting on edge of swimming pool kicking legs and splashing water, women in swimsuits sitting on towels waving beckoningly, Bay of Naples, Faraglioni

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