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Naples medieval cathedral known as Duomo di Santa Maria Assunta or Duomo di San Gennaro was established in the 4th century. In 1407 it suffered damages from an earthquake. The church has a large nave with over 100 granite columns which were imported from the...More
The oldest part in the Duomo is the side chapel of Santa Restituta, the early nedieval basilica, dating back to 450 AC whereas the Duomo was built in the 12th century. The other side chapel, the Capella del Tesoro di San Gennaro was erected in...More
The very name Duomo Di Naples conjures up a majestic cathedral the likes of those seen in another Italian city's such as Siracusa in Sicily.
However this Duomo is rather drab by comparison and very dark and underwhelming compared to other churches we visited in...More
Not one of those architecturally amazing cathedrals. The usual pleasant atmosphere and worth popping in for a few minutes if passing. Surrounded by shops specialising in vestments for priests and choir boys, wedding dress shops and religious souvenir shops. Vaguely interesting.
Seen the Duomos in: Seville, Cordoba, Milan, Rome, Venice, florence, Barcelona, Piza, and now Napoli. This was nowhere near as good as any other. I don't particularly want to run down a house of God, but the authorities could do more to bring it up...More
Response from grahamthemagseller | Reviewed this property |
Mon - Sat 8am-12:30pm, 4:30pm-7pm;
Sun 9am-12pm, 5pm-7:30pm
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Buenas a tod@s!!!
Me gustaría ver este lugar por dentro, pero voy un poco justa de tiempo, mi pregunta es, más o menos, ¿cuanto se puede tardar en verlo?
14 March 2016|
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Response from Marilaide | Reviewed this property |
Si vas con poco tiempo puedes hacer una visita rápida y recorrerla velozmente. Según me explicaron a mi, la ampolla con la sangre de San Gennaro sólo se expone para la fiesta del Santo. No está visible todo el tiempo.