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Barano d'Ischia

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Barano d'Ischia is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Naples in the Italian region Campania, located in the south-west area of Ischia island, about 30 km southwest of Naples. It's after Forio the biggest comune of the island, yet not one of the most populated. Its territory is composed by several small villages: Buonopane, Piedimonte, Fiaiano, Testaccio (no one of this small villages has become a frazione) even if Testaccio was formerly an independent municipality. Barano d'Ischia borders the following municipalities: Casamicciola Terme, Ischia, Serrara Fontana. History and main sights The area was first settled by the Greeks, who had a nymphaeum here. Main sights include: The Pilastri aqueduct (1470) Church of St. John the Baptist (15th century), one of the most ancient in the island. It houses a canvas by a Caravaggist. Saracen Tower, in the village of Testaccio Windmills in Montebarano Demographic evolution External links Official website
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