Castellammare di Stabia


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Castellammare di Stabia

(kästĕl'läm-mä`rā dē stä`byä), city (1991 pop. 68,720), in Campania, S Italy, on the Bay of Naples. A summer resort and spa, it has thermal mineral springs that have been used since Roman times. It is also a commercial and industrial center, with shipyards founded in 1783. Manufactures include food products, paper, and cement. The city was built on the site of Stabiae, a favorite Roman resort, which was buried in the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in A.D. 79. The royal villa, Quisisana (built 1310, rebuilt 1820), is now a hotel.

Castellammare di Stabia

 

a port city and resort insouthern Italy, in the Campania region, Naples Province, locatedon the shore of the Bay of Naples of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Popula-tion, 70, 300 (1969). The city has a shipyard. It produces cast androlled steel, transportation equipment, railroad cars, cement, fruit preserves, olive oil, and cheese. A large American oil refin-ery is nearby.

Castellammare di Stabia

a port and resort in SW Italy, in Campania on the Bay of Naples: site of the Roman resort of Stabiae, which was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 ad. Pop.: 66 929 (2001)
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Three nights' half board at the three-star Hotel Villa Serena, Castellammare di Stabia ?
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In October 2010, in Castellammare di Stabia, on the Bay of Naples, women were banned from wearing miniskirts by the mayor.
renatae in the early nineties should perhaps be attributed to the rhetorical imperative demanded by the context, a suasoria urging his wife to retire with him to Naples.) (24) The eleventh milestone from the road between Stabiae and Nuceria, found near the cathedral at Castellammare di Stabia in 1879, testifies that by AD 121 under Hadrian the road had been re-opened.
The mayor of the southern seaside town of Castellammare di Stabia has banned football games in public parks and squares, blasphemy out loud, and "very skimpy clothes."
London, Oct 26 (ANI): The mayor of Castellammare di Stabia, south of Naples, Italy, has ordered police in the beach town to fine women who wear "very short" miniskirts or who show too much cleavage.
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The Italian seaside town of Castellammare di Stabia announced last month its intention to ban miniskirts.
The locals of Castellammare di Stabia would also be barred from using blasphemous language and playing soccer in public parks, and offenders would face fines of up to 696 dollars if they defy the proposed rules.