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The National Archaeological Museum of Naples, one of the first established in Europe. Housed in a seventeenth-century monumental building. It boasts the richest and most valuable collection of works of art and artefacts of archaeological interest in Italy.


The Capodimonte National Museum houses works of art of great value to its origin and importance over the Farnese and Bourbon collections that constitute the core areas of the museum's .


The Royal Palace of Naples is one of the principal royal residences used by the Bourbon monarchs during the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, the other three are the Royal Palace of Capodimonte, located north of Old Town, the Royal Palace of Caserta and the royal palace of Portici on the slopes of Vesuvius.


The Charterhouse of San Martino a été au fil des Siecles Henrys of heritage, the artistique histoire et l'architecture du plus grand prestige, the entre et marbre stucco, et Fresques peintures, sculptures et mobilier raffiné.


The Santa Chiara Museum complex, set in the historical centre of Naples, near via Santa Chiara, in the area of Piazza del Gesu’ and close to San Domenico Maggiore, is inside the Franciscan citadel and includes the Museum, the Archaelogical Area, the Majolica-tiled Cloister, and the collection of Nativity Scenes (also known as Christmas Cribs) from the 1700s.


The Sansevero Chapel Museum in the historic heart of Naples is a jewel of the world’s artistic heritage. Here, baroque creativity, dynastic pride, beauty and mystery blend to create a unique and almost timeless atmosphere.


The Museum of San Gennaro is dedicated to the Saint which the Treasury is in the cathedral of Naples. Collection of relics and valuables, which have become oracles of faith. The Treasury also includes statues, silver candlesticks and miscellaneous that devotees have jealously protected the city during the many bags.


The Museum of Contemporary Art DonnaRegina (M.A.D.R.E.) is located in the historic heart of Naples, a few meters from the Duomo and the Treasure of San Gennaro, a hundred meters from the National Archaeological Museum and the Academy of Fine Arts (Gallery of Modern Art ), where it is developing the old quarter of Saint Lorenz.


The Catacombs in Naples are underground cemeteries born in the classical age, they were carved into the volcanic soils or other easily removable, the most famous are the Christian catacombs, although there are examples related to the pre-Hellenic period and greek.


Underground Naples: to forty feet deep beneath the streets shouting and characteristics of the historic center of Naples, is a world apart, for a long unexplored, isolated in his quiet, yet closely connected with the ancient city. It is “the womb of Naples”, from which she herself was born. Visiting it means making a long journey in time two thousand and four hundred years.

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