“Archivio storico del Banco di Napoli” was founded in 1539. This archive is a valuable source of historical information ranging from 1450 to today.
The Banco di Napoli Historical Archive is the largest collection of existing bank records in the world. In 330 rooms are collected and cataloged bank documents ranging from the mid-1500s to today. It is located in the headquarters of the Fondazione Banco di Napoli, in via dei Tribunali.
The Galleria Borbonica, Tunnel Borbonico or Bourbon Tunnel is an ancient military underground passage connenting the Royal Palace to military barracks in Naples, enabling the king to flee to the sea and the soldiers to defend the palace quickly.
Errico Alvino was commissioned to construct a military passage for troops. Two years after it was begun, the fall of the Bourbon dynasty led construction to halt. The underground halls and floors were originally tuff stone pits and also contained old water cisterns.
During the hundreds of bombings in World War II the people of Naples used the rooms as shelters. Being forgotten the tunnel system became a depot for illegal cars and bikes confiscated by the police in the 1920s/1930s.
The tunnel contains decades of debris, including vintage cars and a discarded fascist monument that had been made for Aurelio Padovani. Since 2014 the tunnels are open for touristic tours.
Like the stereotypical vision of Coppola’s film about the Mafia, the soundtrack of Camorra is based on the romantic notes of neomelodic, a musical style originating from Naples, whose representatives are sometimes tied to criminal circles.
Madness in Cardito video, ten minutes of psychological failure of an old driver in a narrow street of Cardito, Naples, is a fake.
The video is fun and plausible. The people of Cardito told the reporters they were involved in the making of the Automobile Club commercial. Video has gone viral in Italy with more than 400.000 visits in a couple of days. The video has been recorded with iPhones and iPad. The priest is the actor Antonio Gioiello. The video was produced by Automobile Club D’Italia Ready2Go. Here the official Youtube version of the video posted by the company.
Following the source link you can check an alternative view of the video.
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