The art of the Neapolitan Terracotta

Marco Ferrigno

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San Gregorio Armeno is unlike any street you walk down. There are naturally, some things which are similar to every other street in the world. There are walls, and two sides to it, however, this street has one unique thing that others around the world come to visit; the art of the Neapolitan Terracotta.

Dating back to the 1700s there is rarely a site more intricate and beholding than that which is given to these precious works of terracotta. The best way to describe is to actually see them, but for those that can’t let us take you on a little journey.

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