Turin like Bibbiano? Actually the situation is much worse.

It is urgent and important to focus on the points outlined below. The cancellation and modification of behavior are the obsession of a business that nowadays operates through different channels…

Goodbye 2021!

More than a happy ending, we wish everyone a better continuation and a happy new year. However, before saying goodbye to the old year, we want to thank all those…

Spaidermen. A Neapolitan superhero. UAH!

Visiting the United States of America you realize that the perception of space is different from that one in the “bel paese”. However, this wide territory is occupied by people…

Children’s rights on Christmas time. The abuse of power of social services.

Illegal adoptions, prostitution, slavery, drug experimentation and other crimes, from East to West, that of children is one of the most profitable businesses. Everywhere the picture is alarming. The institutions…

Double show in the earth of Napoli –

There is no Christmas without Neapolitan Tombola. The Tombola of 1734 by Davide Brandi returns to Palazzo Venezia, in Spaccanapoli on Saturday December 11th. The journey to Napoli in the…

Happy Holidays 2021

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Pulcinella the soul of Napoli. Interview with artist Michele De Chiara

At 7 he drew miniature scenes on the edges of the pages of his book then he scrolled them like a cartoon. A technique that he did not yet know…

Te piace ‘o presepe? (Do you like presepe?)

Presepe. A timeless Neapolitan tradition. The Neapolitan presepe is a millenary tradition that goes beyond the nativity scene. It tells stories, legends, anecdotes, symbolisms and gives life to what is…

How to connect with us

If you come from the Mediterranean area or you come from the south of any country contact us to share your story with the readers of Napulitanamente. Your thoughts, your…

 Scòla ‘e Ferdinando (The School of Ferdinando) – On November 27th.

– November 27, 1790 – Royal Palace of Portici (MAVV, Museum of the Art of Wine and Vine) After last Saturday’s friction with Queen Maria Carolina over her wanting to…