This is an ancient historical address dating back to the ‘700’s and immersed in the color and scents of a typical Sorrentine citrus plantation, “Villa alla Rota” hosts one of the most important Campanian museums: the Museo Correale di Terranova.
There are two things you notice upon entering the city of Naples, Italy - the Amazing amount of trash and the vast array of immigrants.
Naples’ trash is a captivating oddity. Piles of trash litter almost every corner. Some reaching 15’ high. It creates a unique setting with beautifully aged buildings in the background.
The immigrants arrive from impoverished African or Eastern European countries and find themselves trapped in a system in which they work unbearably long hours for little to no money. They live in tents or shacks pitched inside many of Naples’ abandoned buildings, without appliances, plumbing or health care. It’s quite depressing.