I am so sorry for all the victims of the earthquake in Italy. Is Naples near the location of this unfortunate event?
- Weasel McWeaselLv 74 years agoFavorite Answer
No, the quake was in Amatrice...in the Lazio region......well North of Naples.
But they said the quake was *felt* as far North as Venice and as far South of Naples.....but feeling a shake and being at the epicenter are, of course, two vastly different things.
I live in Italy......
- YorrikLv 74 years ago
There are two major volcanic fault lines in Italia - one running down the centre and another across just south of Naples.
Seeing the news coverage from Italy is the only time I've ever been moved to tears - rolling down my cheeks. I'm British and not supposed to do this. Yet my heart reaches out to the people of Italy. My deepest love is for them all.
- WilliamLv 74 years ago
No. Naples is south of Rome. The quake was east of Rome, closer to the Adriatic Sea.
- Anonymous4 years ago
May God protect the injured and assist in finding survivors in all the rubble Pax.
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- margaretLv 44 years ago
Look on a map.
- ?Lv 74 years ago
no, it was near Rome