Over forty seats and about 200 participants: the historic and evocative district of San Giovanni, in Ottaviano (Napoli), one of the oldest in the Vesuvian city, will also host the living nativity scene, animated by volunteers from the parish community of San Lorenzo and San Giovanni. Come in past editions, with the coordination of Father Savino Simone, managing the Christmas holidays in Ottaviano.
APPOINTMENT ON 6 JANUARY
The live nativity scene is held Saturday, January 6, from 17am to 10 pm. Numerous scenes that will develop along the San Giovanni district: from the Annunciation of the Angel to Mary up to the taverns, passing through the delivery of gifts by the Magi. Many also the planned crafts, as in the best tradition of the Neapolitan crib. The Nativity scene, instead, will be represented in front of the Carmine church, a religious building of considerable historical and artistic interest.