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    at the beginning of winter with paint and no shortage of inspiration. Joanna had so much inspiration that she couldn't think of where to start. Greenwich Village had many artists searching for a living. One of them, a failed painter named Behrman, created a masterpiece to encourage Joanna while she struggled with pneumonia. At the time, Joanna thought that when the last leaf fell off an ivy vine outside her window she would die. However, old Behrman would not let this happen, and painted a beautiful leaf onto that vine during a torrential storm. While Joanna recovered from her pneumonia, Behrman died two days later with the same ailment. In memory of Behrman, Joanna decided to create her own masterpiece. She wanted to paint the Bay of Naples because of a family friend who had once described the gorgeous bay to her as a child. Joanna worked night and day to craft her masterpiece. "The Bay of Hope," as Joanna had named it, looked almost as…

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    Deep Dish Pizza History

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    oven. It is commonly topped with sliced meats, vegetables, and other ingredients. The history of pizza was very indistinct, it is hearsay says that it When Marco Polo returned to Italy, he missed scallion pancakes that he found in China. Marco Polo asked chefs from Naples, to make the scallion pancakes. However, he did not know how to put the filling into pancakes. He just stuffing distributed over the surface of the pancake. Later, the chief returned to Naples. He mixes the pancakes, cheese…

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    The Naples Problem: Overdevelopment and how to prevent it Bulldozers, cranes, trucks, and dust are all associated with development, which is a common site that many people see in cities and nations all over the world. In Naples, Florida, however, land development has turned into overdevelopment. Now the only thing associated with development for people in Naples is empty stores, empty buildings, empty houses, and empty pockets. By taking a closer look at what overdevelopment is, how it…

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    Research Paper On Pizza

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    cheese is in it? So to make you crave even more, here are the a couple of places to get the best pizzas in the world. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA There is a place where you can get the finest pizza in Los Angeles and you can find it at Pizzeria Mozza. It is a pizza place located at Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California. Their pizzas costs around $30-$50, which can be a little pricey but it is definitely worth it, since it is not like the ordinary fast food pizza. NAPLES, ITALY This is…

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    New York style pizza is normally large about (18'-19' in diameter) and hand tossed which gives it its thin crust. Chicago style pizza is different from New York and Thick crust pizza. It takes your regular pizza and flips it upside down. The cheese is placed first into the (9' pan) which has the dough is padded down and the sides. Then add the toppings and finish it off with sauce that is what a deep dish pizza is. Neapolitan pizza is a type of pizza that originated from Naples, Italy. It…

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    History Of Pizza Essay

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    plate to sop up broth or gravies (Stradley, p. 1). Another story says that pizza was founded in Naples, by the Greeks, in the 1700s. The story says that during this time the population in Naples was very vast and they required quick and inexpensive food. Since the homes of the people were so small because of how little money the town had, it was very important that the food could be consumed quickly. Flatbreads began to be sold on the streets and in informal restaurants with any meal (Turim, p.…

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    “CRASH!”, “BANG!” went Pompeii and everyone living in it. August 24th, 79 C.E. Pompeiiś volcano erupted and sent million lives, to death. Pompeii was a Roman city were tons of people lived and called home, But then, a volcano near the Bay of Naples in Italy erupted, leaving the beautiful city buried under a thick blanket of volcanic ash. In the story “the dog of Pompeii” by Louis Untermeyer, it tells you about a blind boy, bimbo, and his dog, tito, and how it explains that tito was bimbo's…

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    eruption, as the tremendous pyroclastic blasts and surges swept down the mountainside, engulfing the town and its inhabitants” (Cooley 25) Most of the houses were preserved ten to twelve feet in ash and pumice pellets that fell in the first twelve hours of the eruption. Another destruction that ruined the city was it being besieged in 89 by the General Lucius Cornelius Sulla (Beard 38). Sulla was a murderous dictator of Rome (Beard 38). Afterwards ¨Sulla’s handiwork is still visible at…

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    in her essay, "The Best Pizza in the World" explains the memories she created while traveling in Naples. While staying in Italy, Gilbert felt like she was trapped and not actually traveling. Therefore, Gilbert called her friend and set up the Naples trip in hopes of creating something memorable. On the trip Gilbert witnessed the shocking, but yet amazing culture and ate the best pizza in the world. Gilbert exemplifies that traveling is an intense personal experience as it takes the exploration…

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    Pompeii Research Paper

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    Have you ever thought about The Lost City of Pompeii? Well, lucky for you, I did some research on the place and gathered some pretty interesting facts and theories about Pompeii. It is located in Italy's Campania Region, near the coast of the Bay of Naples. The city of Pompeii was completely demolished by a volcano by the name of “Mount Vesuvius” in 79 A.D. Therefore, it destroyed almost the entire city. But this gives the archaeologists a chance to look at what's left and draw…

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