The Church of San Giovanni a Carbonara in Naples, Italy was built in 1343 by Augustinian Friars and completed in the 15th century by King Ladislao D’Angiò. This little known wonder is a well preserved Gothic church of the Angevin monarchy, and is home to King Ladislao’s tomb and a Sanfelice double staircase. It is also home to the tomb of Giovanni Caracciolo, better known as Sergianni (1372 – 1432), Seneschal of Naples and lover of Queen Joan II.
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Passionate about my adopted home, for me Naples is the perfect canvas. From its breathtaking vistas to its rich cultural heritage, I could live here a lifetime and never see it all, photograph it all, or write about it all.