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This church is devoted to San Vincenzo Ferreri which here is also known with his nickname of 'o Munacone. The church was build around the years 1602-1613, upon the site of the catacombs of San Gaudioso. These catacombs, may be visited by the tourists. The...More
This is a gorgeous basilica in a poorer section of the city. This basilica is unusual in that the alter is located above the ground level accessible by stairs on either side. Take the time to wander and look into each corner. To the right,...More
A unique experience in a beautiful church filled with paintings of famous local artists such as Andrea Vaccaro ! Young talented actors and dancers guided us through a visit of the basilica church in a timeless and fun way :)
we had an extremely knowledgable and enthusiastic guide. He took us to see the historic catacombs beneath the church. The young man revealed many fascinating areas and described the findings in a very articulate way. It was a truly wonderful experience. The group of people...More
A group performed "Pulcinella" for children from the church. Even though I don't speak or understand Italian I still enjoyed and understood the performance. It was outside under a bridge built by Napoleon's brother-in-law and the lighting was terrific. A friend then gave us a...More
Hello, I was born in this district so it's still part of me
My memorise to that churh is lies to a great men his name was Giuseppe Rassello .......... yes the beauty of the church has a lot to do with the name of...More