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Purgatorio ad Arco

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Carla
Carla
July 31, 2018
La chiesa ospita l'affascinante culto delle anime pezzenterie, resti umani anonimi. Una visita tra arte, fede, vita e morte. The Church of Purgatory still hosts the fascinating worship addressed to the (pezzentelle) beggar souls. a visit through art, faith, life and death.
Umberto
Umberto
May 1, 2018
ITINERARIO VIA TRIBUNALI DECUMANO MAGGIORE [14] - IPOGEO ANIME AL PURGATORIO E PALAZZO SPINELLI DI LAURINO The church Santa Maria delle Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco was built in the early seventeenth century to provide a burial place for the poor. In one of its underground rooms, numerous skulls are…
Bruna&Nando
Bruna&Nando
February 10, 2016
Catacombs and baroque Church
Marco & Alessandro
Marco & Alessandro
October 1, 2015
Da visitare assolutamente
Salvio
Salvio
December 10, 2014
In the very church you must visit the cemetery/ipogeo (on request) located below the church - 5 minutes walking

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Establishment
“ITINERARIO DECUMANO SUPERIORE [29] - TEATRO DI NERONE In the heart of the Decumano Superiore are also the remains of an ancient Roman theater in which it is said the Emperor Nero have sung and played the lyre. Much of the hemicycle, including the auditorium and the arches, has been absorbed by the subsequent construction and its entrance opens, almost surprisingly, onto the midst of the modern houses. ”
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教堂
“The principal church of Naples, also neamed "il Duomo di San Gennaro" where you can see the treasure of our Saint Patron!”
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美术馆
“here you can find the Caravaggio painting: "Sette Opere di Misericordia corporale"”
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Establishment
“The Catacombs of San Gennaro are underground paleo-Christian burial sites in Naples, Italy. They are situated in the northern part of the city, on the slope leading up to Capodimonte. ”
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Temple
“ITINERARIO MONUMENTALE E CASTELLI [35] - BASILICA DI SAN FRANCESCO DI PAOLA The square where once the troops of the Kingdom of Naples used to stand, is crowned by the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola. It was built on the structure of the Pantheon in Rome, at the behest of King Ferdinand I, as a votive offering to San Francesco di Paola, who had interceded for him to return to the throne of Naples after the interlude of Murat.”
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地点
39 Via dei Tribunali
Campania Napoli,邮编80138
手机号+39 081 440438