Beautiful church with an amazing contrast between facade and interior. A lovely peaceful place to escape the Naples crowds and heat for a while.
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I have been to maybe 10-22 cathedrals in Napoli and this is in my top 3 - soooo beautiful...Plenty of beautiful things to take photos of or a movie of it.....Just love it.
Unusual exterior aspect, wonderful interior. This is certainly, if not the most, on either of the 3 most beautiful churches of Naples
Churches in Italy is something you can keep exploring for years, but Gesu Nuovo is yet quite outstanding. Start with studying the facade with its pyramids shaped stones , apparently with esoteric symbols in Aramaic - never saw anything quite like this! Interiors are typical...More
The church is free to visit and is one of the main tourist sites in Naples. The beauty inside is remarkable and is bound to impress any visitor.
If you are not a church fan, this is one of the exceptions you should make in your visit to Naples. Mixure of tourist and locals you may grasp a little of the neapolitan sense of religion
This is clearly a working church, with several active confessionals open during our visit. The style of decoration inside the church is very different from many other churches I have visited - even though the layout is typical. The chapels were all reasonably small compared...More
The outside has a strange pattern to it which makes it immediately recognisable. The interior is highly decorated on every surface with beautiful ceilings and marble floors. It's free entry and well worth visiting
This church was constructed by the Jesuits between 1584 and 1601 on the site of the former Palazzo dei Sanseverino. The churche's most striking feature is the small pyramid-shaped ashlar stones which cover the entire facade. The pyramids have strange symbols on them corresponding to...More