The Cathedral of Naples is dedicated to the Assumption and it was built in late 1200 by Charles I of Anjou. It is of Gothic style and its plant is a Baroque Latin cross.The stucco decorations belong to the late seventeenth century. Of particular interest is the Chapel of Santa Restituita, that is an example of paleochristian architecture incorporated in the present cathedral, and houses works by Luca Giordano and fourteenth-century sculptures. To the right of the apse you can admire the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Fonte, perhaps the oldest in the West. In the Duomo, there is the Cappella del Tesoro of San Gennaro, which dates from the first half of the seventeenth century and was created by leading artists of the Baroque school. Year after year, in this chapel commemorating the liquefaction of the blood of the saint. On the outside of the cathedral, you can visit the Museo del Tesoro di San Gennaro with numerous works of art and objects given in devotion to the patron.
Naples is one of the most attractive and fascinating cities of Italy. Finding time to spend your Christmas in Naples will make your December holiday memorable. Like most cities of Italy, Christmas holiday here starts from December 8 until... continue
The B&B Bellini is an elegant building set in the heart of Naples, overlooking one of the most beautiful squares in the historic centre: the Piazza of the literary cafes, immersed among antique monuments and museums. The Bed and Breakfast... continue
Spacious and green: this is the first impression of the rectangular Piazza del Municipio (Town Hall Square). From here, you look at Vesuvius in the background, like in a painting. Part and parcel of this beautiful square are the Town Hall (now the... continue
A particular street, the main artery of Naples, dates from the first half of the 500 and today is totally pedestrian, and is the heart of the city of Naples. It develops between Piazza Dante and Piazza Plebiscito. On Via Toledo overlook noble... continue
The Royal Palace was designed and partly built by Domenico Fontana and was in the early years of '600. From 1600 to 1946, the Royal Palace was the seat of monarchical power not only in Naples, but also of Italy and throughout the South, passing by... continue
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