Vigna San Martino

National Monument

By Fondazione Morra

Vigna San Martino, Naples (2015/2015) by ph. Amedeo Benestante ©Fondazione MorraFondazione Morra

The ancient vineyard of the monks of San Martino, located at the foot of the fourteenth-century Charterhouse, became a National Monument in 2010 thanks to the commitment of the owner Giuseppe Morra, who bought it in 1988.

Clearing the blanket of wild vegetation revealed paths and small farm buildings built by monks over the course of six centuries, with stunning views of the sea and Mount Vesuvius.

View of Vigna San Martino, Naples (2015/2015) by ph. Amedeo Benestante ©Fondazione MorraFondazione Morra

San Martino Vineyard, Naples (14th century) by ph. Amedeo Benestante ©Fondazione MorraFondazione Morra

Paul Renner, L’albero della Cuccagna (2015/2015) by photo Amedeo Benestante ©Fondazione MorraFondazione Morra

L'albero della Cuccagna

Paul Renner

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