Positano Palace is a Seventeenth century building and is located in a central urban area, near via Toledo and other aristocratic palaces as Carafa Palace of Maddaloni and Doria d’Angri Palace. The competition among these aristocratic families had some members of the Positano family (appointed earls and dukes) to commission an exceptional decorative cycle to the famous Neapolitan artist, Giacomo del Po, which dates back to the first decade of the Eighteenth century. On the high vault of the hall within the majestic main apartment there is the fresco representing the allegory of the Triumph of Justice and Equity, which clearly suggest the juridical and political offices performed by some members of the family appointed ‘Royal Aldermen’. There follows a salon with an arch covered with polychrome marbles and a parlor with an oval roof, unique example surviving in Naples from the first half of the XVII century. Today an architect, professor at the Academy of Arts, also a musician fond of ancient musical instruments lives in this magnificent apartment.