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Naples, Italy: Pizza chiena

Naples, Italy: Pizza chiena

A combination of both pizza and pie, pizza chiena means filled pizza in the Neapolitan dialect.

The Neapolitan specialty is stuffed with a variety of cured meats and cheeses.

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