Wednesday, 11th of September
Saturday, 14th of September

Teatro Augusteo
Piazzetta Duca D'Aosta, 263, 80132 Napoli NA, Italy

The Teatro Augusteo, formerly known as Cine-Teatro Augusteo and then Cinema Augusteo, was and is again one of Naples' most beautiful theatres. Located in the heart of Naples on a small square off the Via Toledo, it is near where the Funicular Centrale railway takes you up to the posh Vomero neighborhood on the hill above.
It was opened in November of 1929, imposing in structure, with a profusion of marble and decorative moldings. It was intended to be aristocratic in style and grandiose in its programming. In the last days of the silent era after the theatre opened, a full symphony orchestra accompanied films like “Wild Orchid” with Greta Garbo, “The Wonderful Lies of Nina Petrovna” with Brigitte Helm. Films of the major American studios opened here, from Paramount, MGM, Warner Brothers, preceded or followed by large choreographed ballets.



 Thursday, 12th of September
Friday, 13th of September

University of Naples “Parthenope" - Palazzo Pacanowski 
Via Generale Parisi 13, 80132 Napoli NA, Italy

Parthenope University of Naples was established in 1919, when – upon request of Vice Admiral Leonardi Cattolica, founder of the University – an institute of higher education, the “Regio Istituto Superiore Navale” (Royal Higher Maritime Institute), was set up with the aim of studying the oceans and the seas, not only from the point of view of marine physics and biology, but also as systems of transport, trade and cultural exchange. In its one hundred years since its foundation, the most profound and characterizing trait of this University has remained unchanged as its most authentically traditional feature: the ability to interact with the social context and to continuously engage with its evolving demands.

The Pacanowski Palace (formerly Palazzo Telecom) is located in Naples, in Via Generale Parisi n. 13 near the Nunziatella Military School. The building was designed by architect Davide Pacanowski (1959-66), winner of the competition announced by the former SET then Telecom. The U shape, revolving around a south-facing open court facing the sea, the technological features and structures, the attention paid to the arrangement of the gardens with tall trees, lead to classify the building as a typical expression of the 1950s Italian architecture.



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