Designed by Gae Aulenti and inaugurated in 2001, it is part of the art stations. Inside there are copies of works kept in the nearby National Museum , such as the Farnese Hercules and the Head of Cavallo. Moreover, under the square of the Museum, a space called “Dente di Europa” has been created. Designed by Alessandro Mendini and inaugurated in 2003, it is part of the art circuit. It is located in the heart of the Materdei district, a few steps from the Rione Sanità and from Arenella, a meeting place for many “Stazione Neapolis”
which collects some historical finds discovered during the construction of the entire metro line. It is connected to the Cavour stop of Linea 2.