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There are two amazing buildings at the edge of this massive square; one is the Royal palace which gives a hint of the splendors of the past. the other is a church. Go in and see a copy of Rome's Pantheon ceiling. Outside in the...More
Everything is symmetric there.
Doors to each building are build in perfect 180 angle to other door, but that's all.
I was a little disappointed with value of Basilica and Palace Royale. The are simply ok.
Greetings for old Italian guy singing a karaoke in...More
Piazza Del Plebiscito. The King of Naples, Murat (Napoleon's brother-in-law), planned the square and building as a tribute to the emperor. It was renamed in 1860 when a referendum brought the City State of Naples into the unified Kingdom of Italy under the House of...More
This huge square free from traffic is sparse and surrounded by historic buildings that are too beautiful to ignore. The kids loved running around the huge square (not too many places you can do that in Naples) whilst we admired the majestic buildings and statues.
It's almost impossibile to avoid this piazza while walking around the city.
Thanks to the cathedral and the royal palace in front, it's one of the most popular place to see when you come to Naples.
The architecture of this place for sure worth a...More
Another wonderful piece of architecture in Naples
Massive piazza plenty of places around to get a bit to eat
Heavy security when i was there as thus is close to the parliament of Naples
Worth visiting bring comfortable shoes and snap your photos
Just stroll throughout the piazza, get an espresso, have a sit at one side of Plebiscito, grab a paper and a pencil and try to photograph it in your mind forever! I did this and got that feeling in my heart!