Italia 1 A solar eclipse will not happen in Naples this year, as a local authorities has ruled that the city is not prepared for a lunar eclipse.
The Municipality of Naples (MMN) said it is considering canceling a solar eclipsing ceremony on Sunday, according to The Local.
The event is scheduled to take place in the town of Ora di Riserva.
The ceremony is set to be held in the city center.
A spokesman for the Municipality said that due to the nature of the event, the event would be cancelled.
The spokesman also said that the event will be held without a permit, according the Local.
It is not yet known when the event can be cancelled or if the municipality will hold another event.
The date for the event is set for Monday, according MMN.
According to the MMN, the eclipse will occur on October 25, 2019.
The city is currently undergoing the first phase of the city’s solar eclipse, which began on October 15.
A total of 6,500 people have been participating in the event and around 3,200 have received a solar-polarizing eclipse glasses.