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This is a beautiful plaza in Naples, which calls to the visitors mind the great squares of Rome. It is close to the port area of the city and is bordered by some fine examples of Italian architecture. The competition of the work on the...More
This large, impressive square celebrates the 1861 vote (meaning of Plebiscito) in which Naples chose to join Italy. Dominating the top of the square is the Church of San Francisco di Paola, with his Pantheon-inspired dome and broad, arching colonnades. You can’t help standing in...More
Large open Piazza leading to the seafront, with the the Basilica Reale di San Franscesco di Paola, the Palazzo Reale and Teatro San Carlo. Because of this it is one of the better maintained Piazzas in Naples. Walk towards the sea onto the Via Console...More
This is one of the most important places in Naples.... the square is beautiful....
Surrounded with palace of Naples the basilica of San Francesco Di Paola
Is free to walk and highly recommended it.... to visit this 2 placea in square or just simple enjoy...More
Piazza del Plebiscito, the Square of People, is the largest square in Naples. It is near to the waterfront and surrounded by beautiful buildings and monuments. The famous ones being Royal Palace and the Church of San de Paola. Recommended.
This huge public square is located in city centre, quite close to the shopping area. In terms of size, it is comparable to St Peter’s Square in Rome and Piazza San Marco in Venice. The place was once used as a parking lot, and has...More