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Salerno is an Italian town of 134 857 inhabitants, the capital of the homonymous province in Campania, the second largest in the region by population and twenty-ninth at the national level.
During the Middle Ages, the city lived under the Longobard domination, one of the most important historical phases, having been the capital of the Principality of Salerno, a territory that gradually came to understand much of the Italian Mezzogiornocontinental.
Salerno was home to the Medical School of Salerno, which was the first and most important medical institution in Europe at the beginning of the Middle Ages and as such is considered by many to be a modern university of modernity. Since 1968 the city has been home to the University of Salerno, which has been located since 1988, in the form of a campus, in the neighboring municipalities of Fisciano and Baronissi.
From February to August 1944, Salerno was the seat of the Italian government, hosting the governments Badoglio I, Badoglio II and Bonomi II that led to the Svolta di Salerno.


Catania is an Italian town of 315 589 inhabitants, capital of the homonymous metropolitan city in Sicily and the heart of an urban conglomeration of about 700 000 residents extended to the south eastern slopes of Mount Etna.
It is the center of the most densely populated metropolitan area of ??Sicily, and of a larger conurbation known as the linear system of eastern Sicily, which has about 1,700,000 inhabitants on an area of ??2,400 square kilometers. The city is also the economic and infrastructural fulcrum of the District of South-East Sicily, established on February 26, 2014 in the presence of the then president of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano. It is the most populated municipality in Italy that is not the regional capital. The main industrial, logistical and commercial center of Sicily, is the seat of the Vincenzo Bellini Airport, the largest in Southern Italy.
Founded in 729 BC from the Calcidesi of nearby Naxos, the city boasts an ancient history characterized by various dominations whose remains enrich its artistic, architectural and cultural heritage. Under the Aragonese dynasty it was the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily, and since 1434 by the will of King Alfonso V it is home to the oldest University of the island. In the course of its history it has been repeatedly affected by volcanic eruptions (the most impressive, in historical times, is that of 1669) and by earthquakes (the most catastrophic ones remembered were those of 1169 and 1693).
Catania has been a native or adoptive homeland of some of the most famous Italian artists and writers, including the composers Vincenzo Bellini and Giovanni Pacini and the writers Giovanni Verga, Luigi Capuana, Federico De Roberto, Nino Martoglio, Vitaliano Brancati . The baroque of its historic center has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with that of seven towns in the Val di Noto (Caltagirone, Militello in the Val di Catania, Modica, Noto, Palazzolo Acreide, Ragusa and Scicli), in 2002 .