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40° 45′ NB, 14° 38′ OL Nocera Inferiore Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie Naar navigatie springen Naar zoeken springen Nocera Inferiore Gemeente in Italië Situering Regio Campanië (CAM) Provincie Salerno (SA) Coördinaten 40° 45′ NB, 14° 38′ OL Algemeen Oppervlakte 20,8 km² Inwoners (31 dec. 2013) 46.582 (2240 inw./km²) Overig Postcode 84014 Netnummer 081 Beschermheilige San Prisco Naam inwoner nocerini ISTAT-code 065078 Detailkaart Locatie van Nocera Inferiore in Salerno (SA) Foto's Portaal    Italië Nocera Inferiore is een gemeente in de Italiaanse provincie Salerno (regio Campanië) en telt 46.533 inwoners (31-12-2004). De oppervlakte bedraagt 20,8 km2, de bevolkingsdichtheid is 2397 inwoners per km2. Demografie [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] Nocera Inferiore telt ongeveer 16021 huishoudens. Het aantal inwoners daalde in de periode 1991-2001 met 5,1% volgens cijfers uit de tienjaarlijkse volkstellingen van ISTAT. Jaar Inwoneraantal 1991 49.053 2001 46.540 Geografie [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] Nocera Inferiore grenst aan de volgende gemeenten: Castel San Giorgio, Nocera Superiore, Pagani, Roccapiemonte, San Valentino Torio, Sarno, Tramonti. Geboren [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] Salvatore Pucci (1894), componist, dirigent en muziekuitgever Alfredo Pucci (1902), componist, dirigent en muziekuitgever Mino Raiola (1967), voetbalmakelaar Simone Barone (1978), voetballer Bronnen, noten en/of referenties Italiaans bureau voor statistiek Gemeenten in de provincie Salerno Acerno · Agropoli · Albanella · Alfano · Altavilla Silentina · Amalfi · Angri · Aquara · Ascea · Atena Lucana · Atrani · Auletta · Baronissi · Battipaglia · Bellizzi · Bellosguardo · Bracigliano · Buccino · Buonabitacolo · Caggiano · Calvanico · Camerota · Campagna · Campora · Cannalonga · Capaccio · Casal Velino · Casalbuono · Casaletto Spartano · Caselle in Pittari · Castel San Giorgio · Castel San Lorenzo · Castelcivita · Castellabate · Castelnuovo Cilento · Castelnuovo di Conza · Castiglione del Genovesi · Cava de' Tirreni · Celle di Bulgheria · Centola · Ceraso · Cetara · Cicerale · Colliano · Conca dei Marini · Controne · Contursi Terme · Corbara · Corleto Monforte · Cuccaro Vetere · Eboli · Felitto · Fisciano · Furore · Futani · Giffoni Sei Casali · Giffoni Valle Piana · Gioi · Giungano · Ispani · Laureana Cilento · Laurino · Laurito · Laviano · Lustra · Magliano Vetere · Maiori · Mercato San Severino · Minori · Moio della Civitella · Montano Antilia · Monte San Giacomo · Montecorice · Montecorvino Pugliano · Montecorvino Rovella · Monteforte Cilento · Montesano sulla Marcellana · Morigerati · Nocera Inferiore · Nocera Superiore · Novi Velia · Ogliastro Cilento · Olevano sul Tusciano · Oliveto Citra · Omignano · Orria · Ottati · Padula · Pagani · Palomonte · Pellezzano · Perdifumo · Perito · Pertosa · Petina · Piaggine · Pisciotta · Polla · Pollica · Pontecagnano Faiano · Positano · Postiglione · Praiano · Prignano Cilento · Ravello · Ricigliano · Roccadaspide · Roccagloriosa · Roccapiemonte · Rofrano · Romagnano al Monte · Roscigno · Rutino · Sacco · Sala Consilina · Salento · Salerno · Salvitelle · San Cipriano Picentino · San Giovanni a Piro · San Gregorio Magno · San Mango Piemonte · San Marzano sul Sarno · San Mauro Cilento · San Mauro la Bruca · San Pietro al Tanagro · San Rufo · San Valentino Torio · Sant'Angelo a Fasanella · Sant'Arsenio · Sant'Egidio del Monte Albino · Santa Marina · Santomenna · Sanza · Sapri · Sarno · Sassano · Scafati · Scala · Serramezzana · Serre · Sessa Cilento · Siano · Sicignano degli Alburni · Stella Cilento · Stio · Teggiano · Torchiara · Torraca · Torre Orsaia · Tortorella · Tramonti · Trentinara · Valle dell'Angelo · Vallo della Lucania · Valva · Vibonati · Vietri sul Mare Mediabestanden Zie de categorie Nocera Inferiore van Wikimedia Commons voor mediabestanden over dit onderwerp. 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Nocera Inferiore From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Nuceria Alfaterna) Jump to navigation Jump to search municipality in Campania, Italy Comune in Campania, ItalyNocera InferioreComuneComune di Nocera Inferiore Coat of armsLocation of Nocera Inferiore Nocera InferioreLocation of Nocera Inferiore in ItalyShow map of Italy Nocera InferioreNocera Inferiore (Campania)Show map of Campania Coordinates: 40°45′N 14°38′E  /  40.750°N 14.633°E  / 40.750; 14.633 Coordinates: 40°45′N 14°38′E  /  40.750°N 14.633°E  / 40.750; 14.633 CountryItalyRegionCampaniaProvinceSalerno (SA)FrazioniCicalesi, Merichi, Vescovado, Casolla, San MauroGovernment • MayorManlio TorquatoArea[1] • Total20.94 km2 (8.08 sq mi)Elevation43 m (141 ft)Population  (1 January 2019)[3] • Total45,608 • Density2,200/km2 (5,600/sq mi)Demonym(s)NoceriniTime zoneUTC+1 (CET) • Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)Postal code84014Dialing code081Patron saintSt. PriscusSaint dayMay 9WebsiteOfficial website Locator map within the Province of Salerno Cathedral-Basilica of Priscus of Nocera Cathedral bell tower, made by Francesco Solimena Cathedral dome Gloria del Paradiso Il Monastery and Basilica of Sant'Anna Basilica of Sant'Antonio Il Sanctuary of Santa Maria dei Miracoli Church San Bartolomeo Palazzo vescovile Adoration of the Magi, particular Nocera Inferiore (Neapolitan: Nucere, IPA: [nuˈ(t)ʃɛːrə] , locally [nuˈ(t)ʃæːrə] ) is a city and comune in Campania, Italy, in the province of Salerno, at the foot of Monte Albino, 20 kilometres (12 mi) east-southeast of Naples by rail. It has a population of 45,608 inhabitants and a surface of 20.94 square kilometers (8.08 sq mi) thus showing a population density of 2,200 inhabitants per square kilometer. It rises 43 metres above the sea level. Contents 1 History 2 The origins of the name 3 Main sights 4 Symbols 5 Monuments 5.1 Churches 5.2 Castle 5.3 Buildings 5.4 Museums 6 Notable people 7 Transportation 8 Notes and references 9 See also 10 External links History [ edit] In the period before the Roman supremacy in southern Italy, Nuceria Alfaterna, situated between the current Nocera Inferiore and Nocera Superiore, appears to have been the chief town in the valley of the river Sarnus, with Herculaneum, Pompeii, Stabiae and Surrentum all being dependent upon it. Nuceria minted its own money, and developed its own alphabet called nucerino which derived from the Etruscan language. It maintained its allegiance to Rome until 309 BC when it joined the Samnites rebels. In 308 BC, it repulsed a Roman attempt to land at the mouth of the Sarnus, but in 307 BC, it was besieged and surrendered. It obtained favourable terms, and remained faithful to Rome even after Cannae. Hannibal reduced it in 216 BC to starvation, and destroyed the town. The inhabitants returned when peace was restored. Even during the Social War, Nuceria remained true to Rome, though the dependent towns joined the revolt and there were many riots; after it they were formed into independent communities, and Nuceria received the territory of Stabiae, which had been destroyed by Sulla in 89 BC, as a compensation. In 73 BC it was plundered by Spartacus. At an early date, the city became an episcopal see, and in the 12th century, it sided with Innocent II against Roger of Sicily, suffering severely for its choice. In the 13th century, and long after, the town had the name of Nocera de' Pagani (Nocera of the pagans) because a colony of Muslim Saracens was introduced by Frederick II.[4] The town was described as "a genuine Muhammadan town with all its characteristic mosques and minarets."[5] It is said that, through their darker complexion and features, the townsfolk maintain the heritage of these Muslims settlers.[6] Notably, while the town's name was changed from Nocera de' Pagani to Nocera Inferiore, a nearby town, Nuceria Christianorum, was renamed Nocera Superiore.[7] A small colony of Saracens was actually introduced in the town around the 9th century. By the end of the 15th century, until 1806 Nuceria had the epithet ("of the pagans", Nuceria Paganorum). Today there is the town of Pagani, which lies about one 1.5 km to the west. In 1385 Pope Urban VI was besieged in the castle by Charles III of Naples. The origins of the name [ edit] According to a legend, an Etruscan princess escaped from her hometown for love and came to die in these areas. In her memory, her father erected a city, giving it her name, Nuceria. Another legend tells that a great flood swept away an entire wood leaving a single walnut tree (from the Latin nux, nucis - Nuceria). The truth about the origin of the name came from the study of inscriptions on the coins of the city where it can be read Nuvkrinum Alafaternum. Analyzing these two words, the linguists have split the terms in this way: nuv + krin -um alafartern -um: literally: Nuova (= nuv) Rocca (= krin) of the Alfaterni. The current name, Nocera Inferiore, derives from the Italianization of the toponym Nuceria and from the geographical position of the city that, in 1806, was born from the division of Nocera dei Pagani, sanctioning the birth of five municipalities, including the two Noceras, differentiated according to their height above sea level. Main sights [ edit] One of the most beautiful places to visit in Nocera Inferiore is the medieval castle. Strategically located on the top of Santa Andrea's hill, this fortified structure was founded in the 9th century. In 1138 it was destroyed by the troops of Ruggero II. Helena, the widow of Manfred of Sicily, was imprisoned in the Castle and died here after the battle of Benevento (1268). Here also Urban VI imprisoned the cardinals who favoured the antipope Clement VII. The castle also had as guests the writers Dante Alighieri and Boccaccio. About three kilometers to the east, near the village of Nocera Superiore, there is the circular church of Santa Maria Maggiore, dating from the 7[8]th century. Its chief feature is its dome, ceiled with stone internally, but covered externally with a false roof. It is supported by 40 ancient columns, and in its construction resembles Santo Stefano Rotondo in Rome. The walls are covered with frescoes from the 14th century. Symbols [ edit] The city coat of arms shows a walnut tree with golden fruits. On the red frame of the shield is written "Urbs Nuceria" in Roman letters. On the top there is a castellated crown, whereas at the bottom there is a laurel branch with golden berries and an oak branch with golden acorns tied together with the Italian tricolour ribbon. The city coat of arms has been renewed recently by Antonio Pecoraro. Since 2017 "Verrà dalla memoria" has been the anthemn of Nocera Inferiore. Lyrics were written by Teresa Staiano and music was composed by Father Carmine Ferraioli. Monuments [ edit] Churches [ edit] Cathedral of san Prisco and San Marco (10th century) Church of San Matteo (10th century) Convent of San Giovanni in Parco (12th century) Church of Sant'Angelo in grotta (12th century) Monastery of Santa Chiara (13th century) Convent of Sant'Antonio [it] (13th century) Convent of Sant'Anna [it] (13th century) Church of the Corpo di Cristo (16th century) Convent of Sant'Andrea (16th century) Sanctuary of Santa Maria dei Miracoli (16th century) Church of San Bartolomeo (18th century) Church of San Giuseppe (20th century) Castle [ edit] Castello del Parco (10th century) Buildings [ edit] Torre Guerritore (19th century) Palazzo Vescovile (16th century) Curia diocesana (18th century) Palazzo ducale (16th century) Caserma Bruno Tofano (18th century) Palazzo Lanzara (17th century) Palazzo del Liceo Classico (20th century) Villa Piccolomini d'Aragona (20th century) Museums [ edit] Art gallery of Sant'Antonio convent Diocesan Museum San Prisco Archaeology museums of Agro nocerino Notable people [ edit] Publius Sittius Publius Vitellius the Elder Publius Vitellius the Younger Vitellius Priscus martyr Priscus of Nocera Felix and Constantia Antipope Laurentius Beatrice of Provence Helena Angelina Doukaina Charles Martel of Anjou San Ludovico D'Angiò, canonized on April 7, 1317 by John XXII Dietrich of Nieheim Pope Urban VI Raimondo Del Balzo Orsini Jacopo Sannazzaro, famous poet, humanist, and epigrammist Nunzio Ferraiuoli, famous painter Paolo Giovio Bernardino Telesio Orazio Solimena, famous painter Angelo Solimena, famous painter Francesco Solimena, famous painter in the Baroque era Carlo Cafiero Giuseppe Fanelli Warren Cuccurullo Domenico Rea Mario Cuomo, whose father Andrea came from Nocera Inferiore Pat Villani Mino Raiola, football agent Giammario Piscitella Lorenzo Prisco, footballer Michele Tarallo Simone Barone, World Cup-winning footballer Raffaele De Martino, footballer Teresa Di Loreto Joel Salvi Isabella Adinolfi Coez Transportation [ edit] Nocera is connected with Naples, Avellino and Salerno by a branch railway. Notes and references [ edit] ^ "Superficie di Comuni Province e Regioni italiane al 9 ottobre 2011". Istat. Retrieved 16 March 2019 . ^ "Popolazione Residente al 1° Gennaio 2018". Istat. Retrieved 16 March 2019 . ^ All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat. ^ Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). The Encyclopædia britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information, Volume 19 (11 ed.). The Encyclopædia Britannica Company. p. 730. ^ Robert Browning (1984). The Poetical Works of Robert Browning: Volume II. Strafford, Sordello (reprint, annotated ed.). Clarendon Press. p. 300. ISBN 9780198123170. ^ Walter Scott (31 Aug 2013). Douglas, David (ed.). The Journal of Sir Walter Scott: Volume 2: From the Original Manuscript at Abbotsford (illustrated ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 470–1. ISBN 9781108064309. In the latter village [Nocera Inferiore] the Saracens obtained a place of refuge, from which it takes the name. It is also said that the circumstance is kept in memory by the complexion and features of this second Nocera, which are peculiarly of the African caste and tincture. ^ Walter Scott (31 Aug 2013). Douglas, David (ed.). The Journal of Sir Walter Scott: Volume 2: From the Original Manuscript at Abbotsford (illustrated ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 470. ISBN 9781108064309. ^ Cicer  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Nocera Inferiore". Encyclopædia Britannica. 19 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 730. See also [ edit] Diocese of Nocera Inferiore-Sarno Alphabet of Nuceria A.S.G. 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