Nook of Naples: Named after the Neapolitan Baroque painter Salvator Rosa, this metro station is a divine place to roam. Designed by architect Alessandro Mendini, during its construction builders found an ancient Roman bridge:
From the metro station, a long escalator takes people up to a piazza where boys play soccer among robot-like science fiction characters and a copper hand displaying a sundial. The artwork by Mimmo Paladino, Riccardo Dalisi, and other modern Italian artists feature here:
Walking one block down, the Piazza Salvator Rosa has a Pulcinella in the bushes, while golden flames shoot across the face of a building, and a monument in the middle has volcano images on each side:
You can find the Salvator Rosa Metro Station on Line 1. Buon divertimento!