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Nisida

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Nisida is a volcanic islet of the Flegrean Islands archipelago, in southern Italy. It lies at a very short distance from Cape Posillipo, just north of Naples; it is now connected to the mainland by a stone bridge. The islet is almost circular, with a flooded crater forming the bay of Porto Paone on the southwest coast. It has a diameter of about and a highest altitude of . The name of the island comes from the Greek for "islet" (small island), νησίς, for which the accusative was nesida. The island was mentioned in the TV series What We Do in the Shadows as an old enemy to Antipaxos (birthplace of Nadja). Overview In ancient times Lucius Licinius Lucullus built a villa on Nisida, and also Marcus Iunius Brutus had a holiday villa there. Cicero's letters record him visiting Brutus there, and it was there that Brutus's wife Porcia, the daughter of Cato Uticensis, committed suicide. He also may have agreed with Cassius on the assassination of Julius Caesar there. The claim
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