See Naples and Die

See Naples and Die: the popular phrase suggests that before you die you must experience the beauty and magnificence of the city of Naples, Italy. Last February, I finally visited this fantastic city. Yes, the old saying is still valid. The wonderful views of the Bay of Naples and the silhouette of Mount Vesuvius in the background make this a truly unique city.

 

Bay of Naples

Marina of Mergellina

 

Pizzofalcone

Pizzofalcone

 

Naples and Mount Vesuvius with the Charterhouse of San Martino in the foreground, Italy.

Certosa di San Martino

 

Spaccanapoli

Spaccanapoli

 

Toledo Metro Station

Toledo Metro Station

 

Castel dell'Ovo castle, Naples, Italy.

Castel dell’Ovo

 

Castel Nuovo

Castel Nuovo

 

VIa San Gregorio Armeno

Via San Gregorio Armeno

 

San Francesco di Paola

San Francesco di Paola Church

 

Little Tunas

Pignasecca Market

 

Church of San Francesco di Paola on Piazza del Plebiscito square with floodlights with the lion statue in the foreground, Naples, Italy.

San Francesco di Paola Chuch

 

Skulls in the Fontanelle Cemetery in Naples, Italy.

Fontanelle Cemetery

 

Gennaro

Forcella

 

Fountain of Neptune, Naples, Italy.

Fountain of Neptune

 

Naples, San Francesco di Paola Church

San Francesco di Paola Church

 

 

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13 Responses to “See Naples and Die”

  1. parikhitdutta

    Beautifully photographed. I loved the one captioned ‘Castel dell’Ovo’. The afternoon sun, the shade and hue, it’s deliciously breathtaking!

    Reply
  2. parikhitdutta

    Beautifully captured! I love the photograph captioned ‘Castel dell’Ovo’, the afternoon sun, the shades and hue. Breathtaking!

    Reply

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