Frederik the Second is also known as “Stupor mundi” (the astonishment of the world) for his extraordinary political merits and personal talents. A man of great sensitivity, a learned polyglot, a patron of artists and scientists and a man of letters himself, he founded the first University of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies in Naples, which is still known by his name as a sign of eternal appreciation. Characterized by an extraordinary vision, throughout his life he never lacked his support to this noble Institution, being convinced it was a breeding ground for the future elite of his Kingdom. The crossed-vaulted ceiling of the Artists Room is a tangible evidence of the extraordinary potential of the artistic genius Frederik II always believed in. In this room, architectural perfection is combined with the refined elegance of the interior decoration and services.
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