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Galleria Umberto I In Naples Italy Stock PhotoArchitecture,Ceiling,City,Color Image,Day,Dome,Galleria Umberto,Glass - Material,History,Indoors,Italian Culture,Italy,Low Angle View,Naples - Italy,National Landmark,No People,Photography,Travel,VerticalPhotographer Axel FassioCollection: Photolibrary axel fassioGalleria Umberto I in Naples, Italy. Naples was founded between the 7th and 6th centuries BC by the Greeks and was given the name Neapolis. During the period of Roman domination, the town preserved its Greek language and customs. Following the Roman period, the city was dominated by many different groups of people (Goths, Byzantines, Lombards, Normans, Swabians, Angevins, Aragonese, Spaniards, Austrians, Bourbons and revolutionary French). Nowadays one can see the traces of all those rulers in the monuments, in the culture and in the habits of the town.