Piazza San Gaetano

Piazza San Gaetano

The bustling intersection of Via dei Tribunali (the ancient Decumano Maggiore) and Via San Gregorio Armeno is Piazza San Gaetano, the epicentre of Naples past and present. The meeting and marketplace of the ancient Greco-Roman city of Neapolis – the Greek Agora...
Girolamini Monumental Complex

Girolamini Monumental Complex

Designed by Florentine architect Giovanni Antonio Dosio, the Girolamini Monumental Complex was built during the Spanish Vice-Royal period by the Oratorian Fathers (1592 – 1619), a secular clergy founded by San Filippo Neri in Rome.

San Giovanni a Carbonara

San Giovanni a Carbonara

The San Giovanni a Carbonara Church in Naples, Italy is a little known wonder. A well preserved Gothic church of the Angevin monarchy, it is home to King Ladislao’s tomb and a Sanfelice double staircase.

Via San Gregorio Armeno

Via San Gregorio Armeno

Via San Gregorio Armeno is a narrow cobblestoned alley in Naples Historic District, the Centro Storico, known by most English speakers as Naples Christmas Alley. It is here, where you’ll find Naples famed presepi, the Neapolitan nativity scenes: finely crafted...

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