Wednesday, February 11, at 4:30 pm, the Galleries of Italy – Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano in Naples is scheduled for the second appointment with “Palaces and Villas Neapolitan“, the cycle of conferences dedicated to the Neapolitan residences of particular value or importance. The second meeting is dedicated to Palazzo Firrao whose story will be, as usual, illustrated by two scholars. Wednesday the secrets of the building will be unveiled by Riccardo Lattuada, Associate Professor of Social History of Art and Art History of the modern age in the Second University of Naples, and from Pierroberto Scaramella, Professor of Modern History and Director of the Department of Historical Sciences and Geography, University of Bari. the Italian Historic Houses Association, member of the European Historic Houses Association – Section Campania, collaborated on the event, also with the organization during the year of guided tours of historic homes. Participation in “Palaces and Villas Neapolitan” is free.