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September 19th is a crucial date for Neapolitan culture: it is St.Gennaro’s day. Historically, this day has been known nationwide for the “pilgrimage” of hundreds and hundreds of neapolitan citizens in the streets of the city to assist at the ritual miracle of the blood of the Saint patron of Naples. St. Gennaro’s blood would pass (almost) every time from a semi-solid state in a liquid one, held in an ampoule and shown to the exalted crowd, cheering and blessing the day and the saint. Another way of celebrating this recurrence is the opening of several museums in the city for free. The open museums are the Royal Palace, the Archaeological Museum, St. Martin’s Certosa and the Museum, St. Elmo Castle and the Museo del Novecento, Duca di Martina Museum and the Pignatelli Museum. A perfect date for discovering the city and its history with a more deep insight. If you want to visit Naples and you’re looking for private services, such as private transfers and private tours, contact us at: info@romeanditaly.it 


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