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Marano di Napoli

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Marano di Napoli

Marano di Napoli
Marano 'e Napule
Metropolitan City of Naples
Coat of arms of Marano di Napoli
Coat of arms
Marano di Napoli is located in Italy
Marano di Napoli
Marano di Napoli
Location of Marano di Napoli in Italy
Country Italy
Region Campania
Frazioni San Rocco, Castello Monteleone, San Marco, Torre Caracciolo, Torre Piscicelli
 • Mayor Angelo Liccardo
 • Total 15.45 km2 (5.97 sq mi)
Elevation 160 m (520 ft)
Population (30 November 2012)
 • Total 57,191
 • Density 3,700/km2 (9,600/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Maranesi
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 80016
Dialing code 081
Patron saint San Castrese
Saint day February 11
Website Official website

Marano di Napoli () is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Naples in the Italian region Campania, located about 9 kilometres (6 miles) northwest of Naples.

Main sights

Marano's main attraction is the so-called Mausoleo del Ciaurro, one of the most important Roman funerary edifice in Campania, dating to the 1st-2nd century AD.It is also home to one he most influential personalities and families in Italy i.e. The Baroncelli Family,owning a 48acre estate and headed by Vieri da Baroncelli and his son Silvio Baroncelli,and also the DeChristo family owning 5 ranches on the Northern part,headed by Sebastian Solomon Habthewold Mamo and his son Sebastian Menelik Eummanuelle Solomon(Menelik Eu'el Solomon).


The main economic sources of the city are agriculture and commerce. Unfortunately many ancient typical noble arts have been lost during the years, like the handmade construction of stairs and cests. Strangely enough some renowned and typical local agricultural products are not produced anymore. In past years the peas from Marano (Santa Croce) and the cherries (Recca's cherries) were sold all over the Italy. Nowadays only few farmers cultivate these two products.

For many centuries one of the main sources of income for the citizens of Marano has been the selling of tuff stones. The tufo workers, also known as montesi, used to start working at a very early age. Ten workers could extract two thousands stones per day. A jingle was used to beat the time while the montesi were working. The jingle was made of fifty verses, and at the end of the jingle each worker was sure he had extracted

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