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Duomo di Napoli

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Duomo di Napoli

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Don't waste your precious vacation time planning out your own tour of Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii. Let a guide take care of the finer details on a stress-free trip from Naples. Travel between the sites with ease on an air-conditioned coach; hike to the summit of Mt. Vesuvius; and discover little-known info from a guide. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport are included for a seamless experience.
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G.B. wrote a review Dec 2020
216 contributions57 helpful votes
Let's face it: the main reason why people go to this place is to see the relics (the blood of St. Gennaro) , protagonists of the famous miracle. Unfortunately, when we went there, it was not possible to enter the room where the relics were kept and, perhaps because of this, we walked inside the church and enjoyed it very much (even the paid part). The structure is impressive and rich in history, so it is a must-see!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Patapata wrote a review Dec 2020
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Unforgettable place in Naples. Architetecture is amaizing, lots of fantastics pieces of art, paintings, sculptures and marble are simply great.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ana L wrote a review Oct 2020
Navan, Ireland2,683 contributions1,021 helpful votes
Very beautiful cathedral, but the nicest for me was the facade. The interior is nice, as well. Always crowded.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Seeking True Quality wrote a review Oct 2020
Europe2,942 contributions806 helpful votes
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The official name of this magnificent church is Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta but it is simply known as the Cattedrale di San Gennaro. Its main entrance is on the Via Duomo. The present cathedral was constructed in the XIII. century by the Anjou kings, but the facade is neo-gothic from the end of the XIX. century. We did not have to pay an entrance fee. Once inside, we were stunned, how the interior - the nave, the aisles, the apse - is well lit by the numerous windows in the clerestory and the apse! The carved and gilded ceiling above the nave is from the XVII. century, it has five large paintings. As we were walking along the aisle, we enjoyed the ancient Roman columns and the subtle church music, but we could not locate its source. In front of the richly decorated high altar, we saw the right and left part of the organ above us, just under the first arches of the nave. There are numerous side chapels from the aisles but we only had time to visit the two larger ones, the Cappella di San Gennaro and the Basilica of Santa Restituta. The Cappella di San Gennaro is a big octagonally shaped chapel, under a large dome. It is very lavishly decorated and is dominated by a Baroque porphyry altar with black sculptures created by Francesco Solimena. The front of the altar table is a silver relief created by Giovan Domenico Vinaccia. In the left part of the high altar is the reliquary bust of Saint Gennaro in gold and silver! There are also two side altars and six huge paintings in total, right and left of the high altar.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Elena Ciocan wrote a review Sep 2020
Timisoara, Romania1,674 contributions270 helpful votes
This church is such a delight! You can see the rich history of the city, the beauty of the chapels, the most beautiful one has curtains which are actually carved. Free entrance, you cannot miss it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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