San Paolo Shopping Center

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The first project for a multy-storey car park for 1,000 vehicles and a 10.00 square metres shopping mall at the Fuorigrotta turn-off along the urban highway in the metropolitan area of Naples dates back to 1068. As usual, Italian bureaucracy has resulted in this design despite lacking the key pedestrian fly-over to connect it to the neighbourhood on the other side of via Cintia and the large Canvas chimney serving advertising purposes that is supposed to play down the negative nearby presence of a whirlpool” and despite being scarred by some strange works – still looking brand new and quite striking in September 2000.