There are five urban areas where you can find the monuments of art and the places more interesting of Naples. The first is that central formed by ‘Piazza Municipio’ and ‘Piazza Plebiscito’ with ‘the Castel Nuovo’ (built in the 1279 and rebuilt in the 1443), the theater ‘San Carlo’, the Royall Palace, of the first half of 1600 and the vividness of ‘Via Toledo’. The seconds is that of ancient street (the ‘decumani’) that run through the city with Greek-Roman imprinting, with beautiful and famous churches: ‘Sant’Anna dei Lombardi’, or ‘Monteoliveto’, authentic since 1411; the ‘Gesù Nuovo’, since 1584-1597; ‘Santa Chiara’, of Gothic foundation (1310), with the cloister of the Clarisse; ‘San Domenico Maggiore’, built in the 1283-1324; San Gregorio Armeno, of the XVI century with the front of 1700;the Cathedral, (1200 or 1300), with the celebrated chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro (1608-1637); ‘San Giovanni a Carbonara’, of the XV century, and ‘Santa Maria Donnaregina’ (of the XIII-XIV century but then rebuilt in the XVII). The third is the area where, to different levels, are located two museums of extraordinary importance: the Archeological Museum and the Museom equipped in the real Palace of Capodimonte (1700). The fourth grade is the hilly zone of the Vomero, with the ‘Castel Sant’Elmo’ (of the XVI century) and the Museum of San Martin, disposed in the ‘Certosa di San Martino’ (a church with monastery built between the XIV and the XVII century). Last the zone in SW, with the known ward of ‘Santa Lucia’, the ancient ‘castel dell’Ovo’ (rebuilt in the XVII-XVIII century), the beautiful ‘Riviera di Chiaia’ (with the parallel ‘Via Caracciolo’) and the zones of Mergellina, Posillipo and Marechiaro, immortalized by the painters in the XVIII centuries and XIX.
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