Walking in Naples, I couldn’t help to admire the simplicity and beauty, one of the nicest places to visit during travels in Italy, of course not for the priest or for confession, but for their sheer beauty, simplicity and elegant structures that seem so perfect.
They are superbly designed and constructed with exceptional art, craftsmanship and precise proportions. Each time I walk into an Italian church, I feel the cool air, the shadow as the light reflects and tries to warm the cool marble floors, they remain cold. A lasting impression, hardly a religious authority anymore, a symbol of the past, memories of high vaulted ceilings and the decorated alters.
A few steps away, you’ll find….whatever tourists will buy, in this case a sandwich in contrast that belongs in the hands of an iron worker.