Chiesa dei Girolamini, Naples

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  • Unfortunately it's closed for some time, but don't miss the two exceptional cloisters, the chapel of the assumption, the picture gallery and library, the latter at the heart of judicial Chronicles as stripped of its volumes found in plain view in libraries (public) of shady individuals, who are also public. The façade is impressive, but even more impressive and beautiful are its cloisters, which is accessed through the Museum located in via Duomo, right in front of the Cathedral. At a cost of 5 euros you will be surprised at this superb and strange, almost invisitato. Must see!!
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  • The Girolamini church was constructed in the late 16th and early 17th century. It was named for the followers of San Filippo Neri. It was enlarged in the 18th century and in the 19th century there was...  more »
  • In theory a magnificent museum complex, enough to merit a visit to Naples during the pre-Christmas period. Too bad the library, described very important and beautiful, is closed for a long time, to be honest, shutdown announced. What is a surprise to the monumental Baroque church is also closed ticket one for restoration. All that remains is the picture gallery, where, for 5 euros, you can admire various paintings of the Neapolitan school, but also works of Guido Reni, Luca Giordano, miserable and sloppy. More broadly accessible and visible parts of the complex are in pretty bad shape. Does not escape even the beautiful façade on p.zza dei Girolamini. Il chiostro degli aranci, really particular in that elevated above the courtyard, shows a State of disrepair that squeezes your heart. Bad business card to the host city and the MIBACT that it administers. Offputting.
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  • The entry to the Girolamini complex is not through the main facade of the church on Via dei Tribunali but around the corner on Via Duomo across the street from the Duomo.
  • unfortunately the city of Naples currently is very poverty stricken. almost all of their beautiful historic churches are closed and going to ruin, this one included. I only ever saw trash pile up in front of this church the 4 different days I passed by it while in Naples. it was never open any of those days
  • Unfortunately it is often closed, but even from the outside you can see the work done is the incredible meticulousness in particular
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  • Very nice from the outside, sin is always closed!
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  • often closed I was lucky enough to get to attend a musical event. remarkable
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