Random art in the Toledo metro, Naples

It was fun to see what you might discover, each time you descended the escalators to catch a metro train. How in heck did they get these full size artistic vehicles down into the bowels of Naples? And, why?

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33 responses to “Random art in the Toledo metro, Naples

  1. I love when stuff turns up like that in the metro! AND I would really love if they were indeed chocolate! xx

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  2. They could be Trabants. Rescued from East Germany. Except they are clearly chocolate as TET observed. Poured into an oversized jelly mould.

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  3. The cars are cool. They look like something out of WWII.

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  4. Art like that drives me mad!

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  5. BarbB

    I guess you didn’t get to crawl under any turnstiles in the Naples metro.

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  6. Wonderful! It just goes to show that anything and everything is possible in Napoli.

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  7. Good question. Anew take on ‘replacement buses’?

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  8. So that’s where you parked your car Yvonne ! πŸ˜‰ ❀

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  9. What a pleasant and interesting surprise!
    I think they are there to make people smile…and/or scratch their heads! HA! πŸ˜€
    Definitely good photo op and good blogging subject! πŸ™‚
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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  10. We could always do with more art at our Australian Metros too. Do we have any?

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  11. They look like they’re made of chocolate.

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  12. Or, have a sense of fun, M’Lord?

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  13. ‘cos they’re stupid?

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  14. Jane

    Where is the subway? Actually what is the subway like in Naples?

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    • That is the Toledo station. There’s a handy network of underground trains, and funiculars, to aid in the hilly parts. The historic area is easily explored on foot, though. I found it easy and convenient to use, but learned to avoid peak times, when possible.

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  15. Everything is bigger across the pond

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  16. It really does make one wonder…πŸ€”

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