Augustus Caesar, the first emperor of Rome, died in Nola on 19th August 14 AD. Nola was also the birthplace of some famous people such as Luigi Tansillo, Giovanni Merliano, whose work is well represented in the cathedral, and the philosopher Nicola Antonio Stigliola.
Nola is probably most well known as the home town of the philosopher Giordano Bruno, who often referred to himself as the "Nolano" and his philosophy as the "Nolana filosofia".
Today Nola offers a number of tantalising glimpses of its history built into the fabric of the city. The local meat market is built within the vestigial remains of the Roman amphitheatre; from around the second half of the first century BC to the first half of the first century AD.
So why not rent a Campania holiday apartment or Campania villa in the area around Nola, Italy, for a combined relaxing and historic vacation ?
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