The beauties of the city, its architectural wonders, the art and the history of buildings and churchesá narrated through images.
Santa Chiara Complex is a point of reference in religious, cultural and institutional life of Naples.
Castel dell'Ovo is the most ancient castle in Naples. In this short documentarya quick overview on its legendary story is presented.
The Cemetery of Fontanelle is located in the heart of Rione SanitÓ and it is one of the most important cemeteries in Naples. Historically the necropolis is the place of a very popular devotion for the deads, identified as souls in purgatory needing care. Forgotten for many years, the cemetetery was restored.
On the occasion of Monuments in May the ancient Convent of San Domenico Maggiore will open its doors to the public. The long renovations permitted the recover of halls which hosted, until the 90s, the offices of Criminal Court. The complex will be open all days from 10 AM to 5 PM, except Sunday.
"The city of the living and the city of the dead". The Shelter of poors e the cemetery of 366 graves.
A short history of the Castel dell'Ovo, which rises on the isle of Megaride where in the IX century a.C. the first settlement of Partenope had life.
In Visit Naples Spot the images of the most suggestive places of the city.
The public will enjoy the view of some wonderful installations, which are going to coexist with Aragones walls: the black, the ochre and the light blue mark diverse levels of deepness.
The fourteenth-century Church of San Giovanni a Carbonara is one of the wealthiest churches in Naples for its works of art.