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Square with one of the most unusual facdes I have seen in a long time, the church of San Domenico Maggiore. Built in the 1200s and rebuild / remodelled several times since it is a major Dominecan repository of relics and other items.
The statue of San Domenico Maggiore stands at the middle of the old piazza which should be referred as the historical center significant to Naples. The Greco-Roman architecture around are attractive. The church behind the statue has been built in 1283. Full of crowds day...More
This is the heart of Greco-Roman Naples significant to the tourist of today for its G religious architecture. Amongst the plethora of churches the Duomo stands alone, a stupendous blend of art and architectural styles from the4th to the 19th centuries. To mix things up...More
Great area all around this historic area is packed full of history amazing bars restaurant look back behind old arches see the original Roman and 15th century architecture we stayed at Domus apartments in Sando Domineco. Maggiore amazing time and love Napoli.
It is a city afterall. Noisy, full of people. Teenagers up till 4am drinking and shooting off firecrackers. Not an area to stay if you want sleep. Good food and gelato in the area. Walking distance to many things
This square is the location of the Gothic Roman Catholic church of the same name founded by the friars of the Dominican Order. The church was commenced in 1283 and completed in 1324. The obelisk is one of three plague columns in Naples and has...More
There is so much going on in this little piazza. On the one side it looks like a/the lottery going on with numbers written on boards and people sitting or standing and looking and cheering. I never got the gist of it.
It has an...More