Sunday, April 14, 2013

Naples, dense beneath the volcano. Long and wide street, the Via Foria was the first modern breakthrough in the city in the eighteenth century, outside the Aragonese walls. A wide boulevard route purposely for the nobility in the same vein as the Galleria Principe di Napoli and the botanical garden, overlooked urban oasis. Via Foria. Far from dedicated circuits. Rightly: are concentrated antique shops to pharmacies crowded and huge deposits. It often crosses the architect Giuseppe Antonio Martiniello, came close. Neapolitan colorfast, art and contemporary photography collector Martiniello elected office home and what remains of a huge palatial house divided by the time the family di Castelcicala related to the Bourbons lived.