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The historical center of Naples testifies the historical-artistic evolution of the city, from its first Greek settlement occurred in the VIII century BC. along the area overlooking the sea,  the refoundation of the same city in a more internal area, constituting the "old center", up to the Spanish baroque city that saw the opening towards the west of the urban core and to the center of the nineteenth-century cultural elite, with the flowering of numerous noble and bourgeois villas in the city that characterize the whole area of ??Posillipo and Vomero.
The area considered a UNESCO heritage site covers about 981 hectares and contains the following districts: Avvocata, Montecalvario, San Giuseppe, Porto, Pendino, Mercato (Municipality I), Stella, San Carlo all'Arena, (Municipality III), Chiaia, San Ferdinando, San Lorenzo, Vicarìa and part of the hills of Vomero and Posillipo.
The 1980 Irpinia earthquake damaged part of the historic center and brought to light structural and social problems (even ancient ones) to which it was decided to remedy the town planning with the enactment of the law n. 219 1981, laying down provisions for the planning and control of building activity, sanctions, recovery and rehabilitation of illegal activities. At present, most of the city's historic center is in unsuitable and conservation conditions, in fact, many structures, in addition to the already mentioned art churches (fountains, palaces, ancient architecture, sacred aedicules, etc.) lie in extreme abandonment: to cope with this emergency, various organizations and citizens' committees are trying to have Unesco intervene.
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