A Handful of the Must-See Attractions for Travelers in Naples

Museo Archeologico Nazionale pic

Museo Archeologico Nazionale
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Dr. Christie Mensch provides comprehensive adult mental health services through the Wyandot Center in Kansas City, Kansas. Recreationally, Christie Mensch enjoys traveling throughout Europe and is especially fond of Italy’s Campania region. Naples, the largest city in Campania, has a rich history for visitors to explore.

The best way to get acquainted with this history is through a visit to the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, which holds many of the antiquities recovered from Pompeii. In addition, the museum houses a great deal of art from the collections of former kings of Naples, as well as pieces from local palaces.

Another interesting attraction is Castel Nuovo on the south side of the Piazza del Municipio. This structure served as a home for kings and viceroys and its architecture points to the Spanish, Austrian, French, and Aragonese influences in the region. The castle dates back to 1279, when it was built by Charles I of Anjou.

Palazzo Reale, located on the east side of Piazza del Plebiscito, formerly served as the residence of the Bourbon kings. Its façade features marble statues of eight kings who ruled over Naples. The palace also connects to Teatro San Carlo, the premier opera house of Italy and one of Europe’s largest theaters.

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