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The main highlight is Caravaggio's Seven Works of Mercy. Absolutely fantastic.
We had the arte card so you get a discount, sorry can't remember how much we paid.
You also get access to the museum upstairs.
Lady behind ticket desk, very helpful.
Seeing Caravaggio’s work in this church is truly inspiring. All the artwork is beautiful. The church is quite dark, I imagine to protect the artworks, but this just adds to the inspirational aura of the place.
The church is a must see if you're in Naples. It's well within walking distance from the train/bus terminals and is graced with a unique environment of very little light. The upstairs had too many contemporary pieces for what I wanted to see here, but...More
This charitable organization has a small gallery in it's headquarters plus the adjoining church with some impressive paintings including a stunning masterpiece by Caravaggio. This is a must see in Naples for fans of this artist.
An unassuming church on the outside but inside you have art by the great carravagio and other outstanding works. Upstairs has a museum charting neapolitan history and providing a show case for some modern art.
This church dates back to 1606 and was established by a group of Nobles to assist the sick. Its name means Pious Mount of Mercy. It has some significant religious art including 'Seven Works Of Mercy". It was not open when visited.
I wanted to visit this church/museum in 2016 during the Papal Jubilee Year of Mercy to see Caravaggio's famous 7 Acts of Mercy painting. Well, things did not work out, but I am glad that our family was able to visit last summer instead. Viewing...More
7 euros per person, entrance to the church with 7 paintings, one of them Caravaggio, the rest of them his followers. The museum next to it explains more how Caravaggio influenced the painters and styles from the late 1500´s to 1600's. I did not know...More
Although I am not especially a lover of religious art from Caravaggio's era, everyone has to admit that he was a master of it. The church has a ticket office on the street corner, but you can just walk in without a ticket. As we...More
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Hi Thank you for the kind words
Caravaggio in Naples is available in three important structures: Pio monte della Misericordia, Capodimonte Museum , Palazzo Zavallos . The three structures are all available and open to the... More
Hi Thank you for the kind words
Caravaggio in Naples is available in three important structures: Pio monte della Misericordia, Capodimonte Museum , Palazzo Zavallos . The three structures are all available and open to the public .Yes Caravaggio is unique for the real sense of life you can admire in his paintings ... the all five senses vibrate in front of his masterpieces and the enthusiasm alive always ... natural but ethereal at the same time .ciao marina de martino from naples