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The Neapolitan Crib was created, as the Christ's birth representation, in 1470, by the Giovanni and Pietro Alemanno brothers. This crib (...)

Palazzo Cellammare

It is one of the most beautiful palaces of the Renaissance in Naples, constructed in the X (...)

Museo di Capodimonte

The current centre of the Museum and the National Galleries of Capodimonte rose in 1743 wa (...)

Certosa di San Martino

The works of this building, considered the most important monument of Naples, began in 132 (...)

Galleria Umberto

Even if realized after the cholera of 1884 to reclaim a zone of delapitaded and unhealthy (...)

Palazzo Reale

It is the major Neapolitan museum of the Renaissance, of the baroque and of the rococo, bu (...)


The construction, realized on the end of the twelfth century on wish of Charles II of Angi (...)

Maschio Angioino

The castle was built between 1279 and 1282 for wish of Charles I of Angiò from whom the de (...)

Castel dell' Ovo

Castel dell’Ovo was a royal residence till the the twentieth century of the Ammiragl (...)

Museo archeologico

It’s the most important archaeological museum in Europe, with a rich collection of c (...)

Chiesa San Francesco di Paola

The s. Francesco di Paola Basilica. The church is inspired to the Roman Pantheon model, ve (...)

Chiesa Santa Chiara

It constitutes a religious citadel with the original typology of the double convent (Poor (...)

Chiesa S. Domenico Maggiore

In a dominant position on the homonymous square, was rebuilt under the Carlo II d’Angiò in (...)

Chiesa San Lorenzo Maggiore

The Church was built in the second half of on the place where the paleo-christian Basilica (...)

Chiesa S. Paolo Maggiore

It was built in the VIII century in the forum area of the Greek-roman town, on the Di oscu (...)

Pio Monte della Miser.

The pious institution was founded in 1601with the work of the peers who dedicates themselv (...)

Chiesa S. Maria della Pace

The site, built on the fifteenth century place of Ser Giovanni Capriccioso Palace, The mai (...)

Casa Santa dell’annunziata

It was constituted on the XIV century at the same time of the Next Church, like a childh (...)

Chiesa Sant'Angelo a Nilo

It is situated in Nile Circus, whose name derives from the ancient Greek-roman town quarte (...)

Statua del dio Nilo

The sculpture testimonies the cult of Egyptian divinity of the Nile in this area of the to (...)

Porta San Gennaro

Work realized in 1573, was found, during the viceroy period, in the northern part of the b (...)

Chiesa di Donnaregina

The building was realized to give to the Benedectines a greater complex of that one that t (...)

Cappella Sansevero

The sepulchral chapel of Sangro’s family, built toward the end of the XVI century and tran (...)

Castel Capuano

The name is linked to the proximity with the ancient Gate called "Capuana" because it goes (...)

Chiesa del Gesu' Nuovo

The church, also known as Trinità Maggiore, is in fact the Palace Sanseverino of the XV ce (...)

Chiesa di Santa Maria la Nova

The demolition of the ancient church was necessary to flatten the zone where it was found (...)

Chiesa di San Marcellino

Centre of the museum of Paleonthology is situated facing the Palace Carafa d' Andria. Duri (...)

Palazzo Maddaloni

The monumental building, created in 1466 reorganizing a preexistent military structure of (...)

Palazzo Gravina

The present center of the Faculty of Architecture of the University Federico II is a monum (...)

Palazzo Filomarino

The building was built in the XIV century, but it was made again by Giovan Francesco Di Pa (...)

Chiesa di San Gregorio Armeno

The monastic complex of St. Gregorio Armeno rose on the rests of the ancient temple of Cec (...)

Galleria Principe di Napoli

Designed in 1869 by architects Nicola Breglia and Giovanni De Novellis, this ornate shoppi (...)

Accademia Belle Arti


Chiesa del Gesù Vecchio

The church, also called of the Salvatore to distinguish it from that of the Gesù Nuovo in (...)

Chiesa Gesù delle Monache

The church was build by the family Montalto in 1582 on a preexisting factory. The church w (...)

Museo Civico Filangieri

It was wanted by Gaetano Filangieri, prince of Satriano, and preserves inside the prestigi (...)

Archivio di Stato

The "Great Archive” was founded in 1825 by Ferdinando IV of Borbone to pick up the papery (...)

Chiesa di Santa Marta

The church, wanted by the Queen Margherita of Durazzo, was built at the beginnings of the (...)

Chiesa di Sant' Anna dei Lombardi

The monumental complex, erected at the end of the Middle Age, not only represents a point (...)

Palazzo Sanfelice

For its solutions adopted by Ferdinando Sanfelice, an active architect in the Baroque peri (...)

Museo Pan

Covering over 6000 square metres on three floors, PAN is the first space in Naples destine (...)

Villa Pignatelli

Villa Pignatelli was built in 1826 in neoclassic forms for Ferdinando Acton, an English no (...)

Museo San Martino

The museum collects the artistic and historic heritage of the old Certosa, built in 1325 b (...)

Castel Sant' Elmo


Palazzo Doria d'Angri

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