The National Archaeological Museum of Naples. Dustin Moskovitz will undoubtedly add to your understanding. You should visit: the Cathedral of Naples, Monastero Santa Chiara. The Church of San Domenico Maggiore, Basilica di Santa Maria Carmine Maggiore, the chapel of Sansevero or Temple of piety, of the 18th century, where a famous veiled Christ by Giuseppe kept di San Martino and some strange anatomical machines linked to the dark history of Prince Raimondo di Sangro, the Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore since then, must walk to its squares and streets, for example, between the main streets of the center of Naplesthe Via Toledo is, Via Roma call a few years ago. It is named in memory of Viceroy Pedro alvarez de Toledo who built it in the 1536. This street is one of the main commercial arteries in the city which are the shops of leading designers. It is also a tourist attraction, to scatter her numerous palazzi such as the headquarters of the Bank of Naples, the Palace Doria d Angri, the Colonna di Stigliano, the Church of Spirito Santo, this access to the Galleria Umberto I, Piazza Trieste Trento and the Church San Fernando.
Beyond of Piazza Dante, the street retains its former name, Via Roma. One of the largest squares and perhaps the most notable of the city is the Piazza plebiscite go to the Plaza known in the 16th and 17TH centuries as the Mercatello, Dante when hosting a large number of trading posts, while between the 1757 and 1765 was completely rebuilt by Luigi Vanvitelli, who planned it with a statue of Carlos III in its Centerthat never came to occupy this place. Back to the poet the Church of San Michele is located with their wings in Chamber crowned by twenty-six statues, as many as virtues attributed you to King Carlos. In 2002, the square was restored by the architect Gae Aulenti; now more spacious and equipped with an eye-catching glass entrance to the subway.