Translated Jeff Matthews
After years of constant work, the Bourbon Underground Association will present results at a press conference at 11 a.m. on 14 November 2015 on the premises of Palazzo Serra di Cassano on via Monte di Dio n°14 in Naples. The new sections were uncovered and made accessible to the public thanks to president Gianluca Minin, vice-president Enzo De Luzio, and a great number of volunteers who have pitched in over the last few years to dig out and clean this part of the subsoil of Naples. This type of restored structure is a novelty for the public. Indeed, public curiosity and admiration for the work that has gone into restoring the tunnel (also "Gallery) continue to grow; the so-called "Galleria Borbonica" goes back to 1853 and the reign of Ferdinand II of Bourbon.
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