Posts Tagged ‘Leggende di Napoli’

Contrary to the chaos of the quarters of Naples, in the corridors of the Fontanelle the air is rarefied and the silence envelopes, isolates… The Fontanelle Cemetery is an ossuary obtained from a tuff cave that puts together millions of bones belonged to the dead of the plague in 1600 and of the cholera in 1800....

Donn’Anna Palace, among the most beautiful and evocative of Naples, is famous for the numerous legends that the tradition has attributed it. Strange stories are told about its walls already from the end of 1400. Actually, the Palace is far older than this, because built on a preexisting building called La Sirena (the...