Nunziatella Military Academy

Naples, Italy

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  • Nunziatella Military Academy

    Established: 1787 Naples

    The "Nunziatella" Military School of Naples, Italy, founded November 18, 1787 under the name of Royal Military Academy, is the oldest uninterrupted military school in the world.

    Branch: Italian Armed Forces

    Motto: Preparo Alla Vita Ed Alle Armi

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