Thursday Mar 27
Wall Street Journal
Holy Bling: The Dazzling Treasure of San Gennaro
DIVINE DAZZLE: From left, a ciborium by a Neapolitan goldsmith, 1831; the Collar of San Gennaro, accumulated 1679-1879; and a ciborium by Giovanni Ascione, 1931 IN JANUARY 1527 a contract was drawn up between the citizens of Naples and San Gennaro, a martyr beheaded by Emperor Diocletian in the fourth century.
Sorrento holiday video: Bay of Naples will drive you round the bend...
Seemingly hewn out of soaring cliffs and full of hairpins, the road to Amalfi via Positano is not nicknamed "the road of a thousand bends" for nothing Those curves were on the Amalfi Drive on Italy's glorious Sorrento peninsula.