Images and eyewitness accounts regarding the ancient public banks. The voices of employees and governors telling about their everyday lives, extraordinary events and emergency situations.

The life of the long-lived Neapolitan Credit Institutions in a voyage across three centuries, from the 16th to the 19th century. From the functions of the “bank counters” where employees worked, to the solemn governors’ reunions. The life of the Neapolitan banks, held entirely within the writings of the historical archives, tell about people and money, finance and work.

  • The fire of 1786 at the Monte e Banco della Pietà