Jovis was one of the twelve villas owened by Tiberio,
it is the biggest and the most maintained of them, of the
1st. century a.C. It was found under the Borbons in the 1700.
The structure is situated on a promontory from where you can
see the gulf of Naples, the Vesuvio, the point of the Campanella,
Galli's island and part of the gulf of Salerno. The cistern
were built on the promontory for the terms in the valley deteched
in the classic way FRIGIDARIUM, TEPIDARUM AND CALIDARUM. The
villa was born as fortress, proved by a passage connecting
the old lighthouse used also astronomic observations. A lot
of finds are kept in the National Archeology Museum and in
the S.Stefano, S.Salvatore Church.
From the Certosa through the Mateotti St. you will arrive
in the Augustus Park, a garden at the sea with terrases
of different levels, nice flouers and the Lenin statue kept
hidden, which is on the islend since his exile, chambered
by Gor'kij, owner of a villa. From the gardens starts Krupp
St. namen by Friedrich Alfred Krupp, who wonted that stret
to be made by the architekt E. Mayer in 1902, wonderful
whith zig-zag, today unfortunatly closed.