National Archaeological Museum of Naples
The National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN) is one of the most important and historical museums of the city of Naples, and is considered one of the most important archaeological museums. It boasts the heritage of works of art and artefacts of the richest and most valuable archaeological interest in Italy. The structure has three main sections: the Pompeian collections, the Egyptian collection and the Farnese collection. The museum consists of private collections acquired or donated to the city throughout history such as the Borgia, Santangelo, Stevens, Spinelli and many others.
Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte
The National Museum of Capodimonte is a museum in Naples, officially opened in 1957 although the halls have hosted works of art since 1758. It houses galleries of ancient, contemporary art (unique in Italy, in which Stands out Vesuvius by Andy Warhol) and a historic apartment, mainly preserves paintings of which are part of some great names of Italian and international painting as Raphael, Titian, Guido Reni, El Greco, and that of the Neapolitan Gallery, which collects works from the churches of the city and its surroundings, works by Caravaggio, Simone Martini, Luca Giordano, Ribera.
San Severo Chapel
The Sansevero chapel (also known as the Church of Santa Maria della Pietà or Pietatella) is one of the most important museums in Naples. The chapel houses masterpieces such as Giuseppe Sanmartino’s Veiled Christ, Antonio Corradini’s Pudicizia and Francesco Queirolo’s Disinganno. It also houses numerous works of fine craftsmanship or unusual as anatomical machines.
The church, today defeated, is nearby the piazza San Domenico Maggiore vicinity.
Royal Palace of Naples
The Royal Palace of Naples is a historic building located in the square of the Plebiscito centre in Naples.
It was the historic residence of the Viceroy Spaniards for over 150 years, of the borbon dynasta from 1734 al 1861, which was interrupted only for a decade in the early 19th century by French domination with Giuseppe Bonaparte and Gioacchino Murat, and, following the Italian unit, from Savoia.
The royal palace was built from 1600 to reach its final appearance in 1858.
Pio Monte della Misericordia
The Pio Monte della Misericordia is a monumental building in Piazza Riario Sforza, along the major decade. It houses a seychentesic church preserved the canvas of seven works of miserly in caravaggia, and other prestigious paints of the 60th century of Napoletana. The entire musealised building in 2005; born as a charity benefit, among the most ancient and active in the city.