4Naples Cathedral

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Sitting on the bay of Naples near Mount Vesuvius that destroyed Pompeii many centuries ago is the city of Naples. It’s a place of peace, love, quiet, and plenty of fun and activities. It also offers plenty of landmarks including churches that attract millions of visitors each year. Here are the most famous churches in Naples you should never miss. It’s the seat of the archbishop of Naples and widely recognized as a representation of Saint Januarius, who is the Patron Saint of Naples. It’s a combination of three different styles of architecture including the pure Gothic style of the 13th century, the 17th-century Baroque, and the 19th-century neo-Gothic. It’s a must visit for anyone who wants to really savor the culture and artistic value of the city of Naples. Tourists will find both the interior and exterior quite fascinating, with artworks and other important elements. Naples cathedral has frescoes by Domenichino and Giovanni Lanfranco and is home to Miracle of the Blood and tombs of important personalities. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!