Via San Gregorio Armeno, Naples

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Explore one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Naples at Via San Gregorio Armeno. Built in the 10th century atop the remains of a Roman temple, the church and monastery complex features a single nave with five adjoining side arcades. It is well-known for its collection of fine art and 16th-century decor. Walk through the center nave with its high ceilings and ornate gold detailing. Visit the Idria Chapel to admire the 18-piece series of paintings depicting the life of Mary by Paolo de Matteis. If the weather is nice, you can rest outside in the main cloister. See Via San Gregorio Armeno and all Naples has to offer by arranging your trip with our Naples trip builder site.
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  • Essential experience when visiting Naples. Visiting this street with my family was very pleasant thought crawdy and gave us the chance to buy nice souvenirs. In this street you can see the Christmas....  more »
  • The most strangest street you will ever see in the world lol. You have to walk down it. It’s just full of nativity nonsense, figurines, chachkas, dust collectors and random things. Kind of looks like....  more »

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