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Informazioni ex art. 1, comma 125-bis, della legge 4 agosto 2017 n. 124

Ai sensi dell’art. 1, comma 125-bis, della Legge 4 agosto 2017, n. 124, in ottemperanza all’obbligo di trasparenza, si segnala che nel corso del 2020 sono state ricevute sovvenzioni contributi, incarichi retribuiti e comunque vantaggi economici di qualunque genere da pubbliche amministrazioni, come sotto specificate:

 

- esenzione dal versamento del saldo IRAP per l’anno di imposta 2019 ex art.24 del D.L. 34/2020 per Euro 13.303;

- contributo a fondo perduto previsto dal Decreto Rilancio (n. 34/2020, art. 25) per Euro 26.336 (erogato da Agenzia delle Entrate);

- contributo a fondo perduto Regione Campania per le attività alberghiere per Euro 7.000 (erogato da Regione Campania);

- contributo a fondo perduto del Decreto Ristori (D.L. n. 137/2020, convertito Legge n.  176/2020)  per complessivi Euro 52.672 (erogato in due soluzioni da Agenzia delle Entrate);

- contributo a valere sulle spese di sanificazione sostenute nel 2020 per Euro 2.475 (ex art. 125 del DL n. 34/2020) erogato sotto forma di credito di imposta;

- esenzione dal versamento dell’IMU per il settore alberghiero per complessivi Euro 44.452 sia per la prima che per la seconda rata 2020 (ex DL 34/2020 e DL 104/2020);   

- contributo a fondo perduto del 6% sull'acquisto di beni materiali 2020 per Euro 3.973, percepito sotto forma di credito di imposta;

- decontribuzione Sud ex art. 27 del DL n. 104/2020 per complessivi Euro 10.360,77 relativamente ai mesi di ottobre, novembre e dicembre dell'anno 2020;

- contributo spese per il settore ristorazione (art. 58 DL n. 104/2020) per Euro 9.990,44, erogato dal Ministero Politiche Agricole, Alimentari e Forestali;

- contributo per le attività di formazione del personale dipendente ex art. 1, comma 1064, della Legge n. 178/2020, per complessivi Euro 52.194, erogato sotto forma di credito di

imposta.


Easter at the Aminta symbolizes the founding of the beauitul  ‘land of the sirens’, along with the traditions and culture of a devout community, that every year recreate the sacredness of the passion of Jesus Christ.
The Sorrentine Peninsula is one among very few local touristic places that continues to preserve the essence and flavors of the secular community, while embracing the Christian faith of its locals. From Palm Sunday, to the Black night Procession on Holy Friday, which is the most characteristic, the holy week is extremely intense. Meta, Piano di Sorrento, Sant’Agnello and Sorrento, offer the tourists a memorable experience that embraces, history, culture, tradition, and religion.

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Special offers for Easter in Sorrento

 

The hotel Aminta’s management always saves some special surprise for its’ guests. In particular, for Easter, it is pleased to offer, extremely convenient rates and inviting opportunities.

Special offers for Easter absolutely irresistible, making it impossible to resist the temptation to spend a holiday in Sorrento.

EASTER OFFER

Rates on half board starting from 129 Euros per person per night
(in a standard room with garden view at the prepaid non-refundable rate)

 

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Holy Friday Procession in Sorrento

The Addolorata Procession, better known as the white procession, is organized by the Archconfraternity of Santa Monica. The procession of the death of Jesus Christ, better known as the Black Procession is organized by the Archconfraternity of the Dead.

The Sorrento white procession begins during the early hours of holy Friday, and finishes at dawn. The members of the procession wear a white garment and a hood covering their faces. This procession represents the Virgin Mary searching for her son who has been condemned to death.
The statue of the Madonna is carried on the shoulders of the  members of the confraternity.
The Sorrento black Procession begins at night, the members of the procession wear a black garment and a hood that covers their faces. The participants walk through the streets of Sorrento while carrying on their shoulders the statue of the body of Jesus Christ. The other members carry symbols of the Passion and martyrdom of Jesus Christ, such as the nails from the cross. This is the oldest procession in Sorrento, and one of the oldest procession throughout Italy.
The procession begins with a band that plays some of the most well-known funeral marches, including Chopin. There is also the choir that is made up of 200 members.

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The white procession leaves in the early hours of Good Friday and returns to church at the beginning of dawn. The participants wear a white sail with a face covered by the characteristic hood. The procession represents the wandering of the Virgin in search of the son condemned to death.


The statue of Our Lady of Sorrows is brought to the shoulders by the confreres. The black procession takes place in the evening, and the participants wear a black saio with a face covered by the characteristic hood. Participants travel the streets of the city carrying the statue of the Dead Christ on their shoulders and carrying the symbols of the Passion and the martyrdom of Jesus like the nails of the cross, the spear that struck it at the cost and the thirty denaries that led Judas to betray it.

It is the oldest procession of the Sorrento peninsula, one of the oldest in italy. The procession is open by a musical band that plays some of the most famous funeral marches, including those of Chopin. Very impressive is the choir of the Miserere, composed of 200 singers.