Come with us to discover the main attractions of the most fascinating city in southern Italy. Thanks to these topics we will know together all the most interesting sites in the capital of Campania.
Our journey will begin in the oldest part of the city, where the first settlement was founded during the Greek period.
Then we will move to the historical center of Naples with its churches, monuments and legends linked to them will make you relive the history of the city from antiquity to the modern age.
We will then talk about a small jewel located in the heart of the historic center of Naples: the Sansevero Chapel. It preserves many statues with clear references to Freemasonry, developed in the Neapolitan city since ancient times, and especially the veiled Christ, the greatest expression of Neapolitan art.
At the end of our trip we will talk about the Archaeological Museum of Naples, the main attraction of the city that preserves the ancient history of Naples and its surroundings.
- this course will be live on Zoom with our expert
- duration: 4x1h
Rossella Proto is an archaeologist graduated from the University of Suor Orsola Benincasa, located in Naples. Native of the Amalfi coast, she still lives today in Maiori. She is also a licenced authorized tourist guide specialized on Campania sites.
Thanks to her experiences as an archaeologist, she has acquired great awareness of the importance of the ancient evidences present in the various territories and how much they can help to understand its history.
The work of a tourist guide, instead, was fundamental for her to be able to understand how important and pleasant it is to transmit one’s knowledge to those who are truly interested.
The luck of being born and living in a territory such as the Amalfi Coast made her acquire the awareness of how much beauty a similar territory can give and it is for this reason that she decided to implement an operation to safeguard and enhance the coastal territory and, more precisely, of those lesser-known archaeological sites which are instead very important for reconstructing history.
Finally, in the last year she started her school career as an Italian teacher in a high school and this experience meant that she could perfect her method of transmitting her knowledge.
A. Wanderlingh, Naples. A short story of a great city, Napoli 2021.
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