This church is amazing, so big and calm. The paintings are beautiful and the walls so nicely decorated. Must see!
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Look for the sacristy: you will be surprised by the number of ex-voto silver figures who hang on the walls of a small gallery. They are votive offers given to a saint or to god after taking a vow or in gratitude for the fullfilment...More
The outside of the church is quite different from the inside, it is full of golden tones and baroque style. There is also a small museum dedicated to Dr Joseph Moscati, a local doctor.
Probably the most elaborate church I have ever visited, every square inch is a work of art with elaborate frescoes, paintings and a ceiling painting that takes your breath away. I don’t know how parishioners concentrate on their prayers with all this dazzling art around...More
The exterior is plain and basic, but don't let it misguide you, the interiors are amazing, just as a miniature version of St Peter's (in Rome).
It was originally a Palace built in 1470 Roberto Sanseverino. Jesu Nuovo, as you might guess by the title, the brainchild of the Jesuits. Why "New"? Because the Jesuits already had the Jesus Church in Naples, now called old Jesus (Gesu vecchio). But the Jesuits,...More
This church offers visitors a grand surprise! The unassuming exterior in no way alludes to the beauty to be found inside. Venture in - it is lavish and bold!
Don't be put off by the quite plain exterior (a story in itself - do your homework!!) as inside it opens up to one of the most amazing churches that I have ever seen