Naples, Christmas 2008.
The University - always anti-Fascist.
Entrance to the museum of Sansevero.
Lunch at Piazza San Domenico Maggiore.
Poster advertizing an exhibition of Neapolitan cribs.
An old Christmas card.
Christmas Eve: Crowds outside the Pizzeria da Michele, one of the most popular in the city.
A shop selling cribs.
The train station at Mergellina.
The church at Mergellina.
Ferral cats, Vesuvius in the background.
A closer look at Casa Sant'Anna.
Where Garibaldi lived when in Naples.
Returning in the rain to the hotel on Christmas Eve.
A Fascist war memorial.
Christmas tree covered with requests from passers-by.
Piazza Trieste e Trento.
Queen Margarita and the pizza named after her.
Piazza dei Marteiri.
Road to the sea-front.
Villa Pignatelli (now an art gallery).
An interesting church.
The National Archaeological Museum.
Newspaper showing how the standard of living in Naples was decreasing.
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