Archaeology

The Grotta Azzurra

Not the discovery, but the revelation of the "Blue Grotto" is to be credited to the romantic disposition of two German tourists who visited Capri in 1826: Augustus Kopisch, a writer, and Ernst...

Villa Jovis

It is the largest of the Capri imperial villas and the one that, because of its peculiar location.its massive structure as a citadel commanding the deep and narrow straits of the "Bocche di Capri"...

Villa Damecuta

The Romans were not so keen as the modern on sea bathing, and in their view the Anacapri highland, because of its greater altitude and its more open exposure to westerly and northwesterly winds was the...

Scala Fenicia

The Scala Fenicia, is a series of steps built by the first Greek colonizers, and was the only communication route between Marina Grande and the top parts of the island until 1877. The commodities were...

Palazzo a Mare

Built on the seashore and still known as "Palatium", it was the favorite residence of Octavian Augustus. As a result of repeated raids, especially in the 19th century, few remains have survived. It covered...

The Grotta di Matromania

The "Grotta di Matromània", which is half hidden amid the grand scenery of the rocks dropping sheer down the extreme south-eastern side of the island, doubtlessly retains the memory of...

Capri, restoration arches

Augustea Imperial Zone - Via Palazzo a Mare 29 Images of Lina Nappi


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