In 2009 an earthquake occurred in L’Aquila, in the region of Abruzzo, the central region of Italy. The main shock occurred at 03:32 a.m. on 6 April 2009, rated 6.3 on the moment magnitude scale. Its epicentre was near L’Aquila, which with surrounding villages suffered a lot of damages. Since December 2008 there have been several thousand foreshocks and aftershocks , more than thirty of which had a Richter magnitude greater than 3.5. The earthquake was felt throughout all the central Italy; 297 people died, making it the deadliest earthquake to hit Italy since the 1980. In the area of Piazza D´Armi, in L’Aquila, an athletic field has been transformed into a camp for the evacuated families. This reportage is about the daily routine in Piazza D´Armi camp and the of state funeral of the earthquake victimes.