Under Mount Vesuvius there is ground, and further
below, there is sea. Vesuvius has been in its place for 17,000 years, it has witnessed
the history of Naples night and day, under the sun, the stars and, although
rarely, under the snow. Sometimes it has explosive eruptions that belch out
dust, smoke and lava. Playing with the Neapolitan symbol revisited by the
master of chocolate, Gay Odin.