L'église San Domenico Maggiore est une église de Naples, parmi les plus importantes du point de vue de l'histoire, de l'art et de la culture de la cité parthénopéenne. Construite sous le règne de Charles II d'Anjou, d'abord dans le style gothique, entre 1283 et 1324, elle est devenue le siège de l'ordre des dominicains dans le royaume de Naples, et l'église la plus prisée de la noblesse napolitaine d'origine aragonaise.
It is a very nice church, it was a pleasure being there, there are nice paintigs on the wall, and the whole composition is awesome. I would totally go back if I could. I recommend it to everyone.
This church is wonderful monument of medieval culture and architecture. There unimaginably many tombs of local aristocracy with effigies of deceased in full suits of armor. Admission is free but any donation is welcomed and highly appreciated. Visitors are allowed to take non commercial photo without flash light.
No fuss, decent food. Nice spot in the historic area.
Beautiful basilica with two facades: one facing the piazza and the main facade reached via a courtyard at the opposite side of the church. Impressive works of art inside, including a chapel filled with spectacular frescoes by Pietro Cavallini (early 14th cent.).
For tourists: gorgeous interior, with richly ornamented ceiling and a side chapel of beautiful 700-year-old frescoes by Pietro Cavallini. For the pious: I'm sure it is an inspiring place to pray!
Nice church, nothing incredibly special but very pretty and very old.