The soul of Naples opens up to those who are willing to seize it, and since then he remains enchanted, almost a prisoner.
That soul unfolds through the ancient streets, accompanies the gaze and the senses, it arrives in the squares framed by the alleys, rises in the domes of the churches, without getting lost even in the blue sky, and continues to tell its story at every step and in every thought.
When Naples tells, there are people who take notes.
Platone, in the fifth century a.C., affirmed that souls enter into communication through vibrations that are transmitted from one to the other, until they merge indissolubly, and this phenomenon is commonly defined by men as love.
From Naples, 2013