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This is a very unusual looking church as you approach it from the piazza and inside it is stunning. There was a mass on, as it was a Sunday but feel free to walk about. Its free to enter so worth a visit, even if...More
The outside of this church is definitely worth the visit to the square. The inside of the church was okay, it is kind of like the Pantheon in Rome. If it is open when you are there, by all means go in, but if it...More
This beautiful church with its reference to the Pantheon almost dominates the piazza. The beautiful lion statues and pillars outside are very impressive. I enjoyed being inside but sadly you cannot take photos inside. After seeing many churches I can really not remember what it...More
It is a very nice church, both from the outside and the inside. It reminds me somehow to the Pantheon in Rome (and the external colonnade to St. Peter's Basilica). It is imposing and makes a key part of Piazza del Plebiscito
The church itself is more impressive from the outside, and you really cant miss it when in Naples, situated in the big square of Piazza Plebscito, just across the Royal Palace.
Inside it is just a big dome, but that is really magnificent!
Visited this church after the Castel Nuovo and its wonderful Museo Civico ,prior to visiting the Palazzo Reale as I was sort of following the 'Royal Naples ' route all day.
The church is open from 8am to midday and then from 4pm to 6pm...More
From the outside, it looks a very impressive building, with its place dominating the main square, and its magnificent rows of columns.. We tried a couple of times to get in, but the main doors closed. 3rd time lucky, (it closes for a few hours...More
This is a big church with a really big dome. It’s in a big square. It’s very nice looking if you can avoid the graffiti. Naples doesn’t do a good job in keeping things clean and that detracts somewhat.
We couldn't miss this 19th-century church when we exited Naples' Royal Palace. The structure with its 174-foot-high central dome on the West side of Plazza Plebiscito immediately captures attention. It features Neoclassical architecture with a dome patterned after the Pantheon's circular basilica in Rome, while...More