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The Phoenician Steps

It 'a long and steep stone staircase that links the town of Capri to Anacapri. It was probably built by the Greeks, while the scholars now believe improbable Phoenician.
The road has been for many centuries, until the opening of the road, the only access road to Anacapri, located about 300 meters above sea level and is still served by only a couple of calls, both very uncomfortable.
The scale allowed to reach Anacapri to those that landed on the island near the port of Marina Grande, Capri.

It was also used to transport building materials used in the construction of houses of Anacapri. The Phoenician Steps has enjoyed in recent times of a professional restoration and is now included in all tours of the island landscape, because ends near the Villa San Michele of Axel Munthe, Anacapri, which is also a must for all blue island tours.

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