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Refettorio della Chiesa di Santa Maria di Monteoliveto

Sacristy of Vasari. The sacristy has Tuscan Renaissance style frescoes painted by Giorgio Vasari, as well as wooden stalls and cabinets decorated with wooden inlay by Fra Giovanni da Verona.

Basilica of Santa Chiara, Naples. This is a photo of the nave showing the Baroque remake of 1742 by Domenico Antonio Vaccaro and Gaetano Buonocore.

Basilica of Santa Chiara, Naples. This is a photo of the nave showing the Baroque remake of 1742 by Domenico Antonio Vaccaro and Gaetano Buonocore.

Santi Apostoli, Naples.  The interior features a Latin cross plan with a single nave covered by barrel vault with marble strip floor dating back to 1698.

The interior features a Latin cross plan with a single nave covered by barrel vault with marble strip floor dating back to

Organo della Basilica Santuario del Carmine Maggiore - Basilica santuario di Santa Maria del Carmine Maggiore -a Napoli

Above the entrance is the Cimmino organ of The instrument has 4800 reeds.

San Gaudioso Catacombs, Naples

Below the high altar there is the crypt, an ancient, early Christian Basilica which leads to the catacombs of San Gaudioso. This view is before the restoration took place.

BASILICA DE SANTO DOMINGO NAPOLES

The Chapel of Zi Andrea. The Baroque appearance from the century is by Andrea Malasomma and Costantino Marasi. Prior to this time, this chapel had as its altarpiece a painting by Caravaggio "Flazellazione di Cristo" of

Santa Maria in Portico, Naples.  The interior plan is on a Latin cross, with a nave, three chapels on each side and transept.  The floor is a 17th century terracotta tiled with marble insets.

Santa Maria in Portico, Naples. The interior plan is on a Latin cross, with a nave, three chapels on each side and transept. The floor is a century terracotta tiled with marble insets.

interno del duomo

The interior is in a Latin Cross plan, On each side of the nave are seven chapels. The floor is marble geometric design with numerous tombstones.

Santi Severino e Sossio, Naples.  Sacristy conserves a complete cycle of frescoes by Onofrio de Lione, depicting scenes from the Old Testement.

Santi Severino e Sossio, Naples. Sacristy conserves a complete cycle of frescoes by Onofrio de Lione, depicting scenes from the Old Testement.

Interno

Interno

Girolamini Library - http://www.markmitchellpaintings.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Girolamini-library.jpg

The Biblioteca Girolamini is the library associated with The Church and Convent of the Girolamini since the century. It has contained many thousands of manuscripts and printed volumes. The church and complex take their name of Girolamini from.

Santa Maria Nova,Naples.  Chapel of the Turbolo family.  Altar features statues of Immaculate Conception, St. Francis and St. Bernardino by Girolamo D'Auria, 16th century .

Chapel of the Turbolo family. Altar features statues of Immaculate Conception, St. Francis and St. Bernardino by Girolamo D'Auria, century .

San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples.  The church is considered unique in it kind in Italy as a classic example of French Gothic.  Here in the nave looking toward the high altar.

The church is considered unique in it kind in Italy as a classic example of French Gothic. Here in the nave looking toward the high altar.

Santa Maria Egiziaca a Forcella, Naples.  The elaborate main altar by Gennaro Rogozzino was completed in 1713, and hosts an altarpiece depicting “First communion of Santa Maria Egiziaca” (1696) by Andrea Vaccaro.

Santa Maria Egiziaca a Forcella, Naples. The elaborate main altar by Gennaro Rogozzino was completed in 1713, and hosts an altarpiece depicting “First communion of Santa Maria Egiziaca” (1696) by Andrea Vaccaro.

San Nicola Carità, Naples.  The sanctuary is made up of a major altar in polychrome and commemorative marbles of 1743 by Antonio Troccola.  Behind it lies the great altarpiece of “St. Nicholas’ Death” dated 1707, the work of De Matteis,

The sanctuary is made up of a major altar in polychrome and commemorative marbles of 1743 by Antonio Troccola. Behind it lies the great altarpiece of “St. Nicholas’ Death” dated the work of De Matteis,

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