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Napoli photodiary

  “the most macabre of cities  [where] the dead are played with  like big dolls.” The Necrophiliac, Gabrielle Wittkop Non ho mai visto una città in cui la devozione religiosa sia così presente nella vita quotidiana. Ciò che è Sacro…

Amalfi coast and Capri photodiary

Even if it’s been a long time since I’ve been to Capri and Amalfi coast some months ago, I thought it was worth to post these pictures for the nostalgic and gloomy mood they communicate. For more about my trip to…

San Michele, Anacapri and Duomo, Ravello

Chiesa Monumentale di San Michele Arcangelo, Anacapri: The Church of San Michele, dedicated to Saint Michael, was built from 1698 to 1719 and was founded by a nun from Capri named Mother Serafina di Dio who previously founded a nunnary…

Villa San Michele, Capri

Villa San Michele, the Bedroom I already talk about Marchesa Luisa Casati plenty and passionately and now I can confess that my attraction for Capri started when I knew that she lived there for some years during the 20’s. I came to…

Duomo, Amalfi

Amalfi’s Cathedral is stifled from other buildings on both sides, but its view from the bottom of the place is priceless. The Duomo appears from atop a steep flight of stairs with all its elaborate decoration of Arab-Norman Romanesque style. Actually…

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