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Chiesa di San Pietro a Majella, Naples
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  • This church was built in the name of Pietro Angeleri da Morone, a hermit monk from Maiella who later became Pope Celestine V. 
  • Church known for its adjacent Conservatory, built in the late 13th century, owes its name to the Holy Pope Celestine V, Pietro Angelerio da Morrone, in memory of the Saint's Hermitage on the Maiella. In the apse altar dates from the XVII century and was designed by Cosimo Fanzago, chandeliers and large silver vases and is preceded by a balustrade covered by colored marbles. About it is posted up a beautiful wooden crucifix from the 15th century. Very beautiful majolica tiles of the chapel Pippin. In the ceiling are famous paintings by Mattia Preti depicting scenes from the life of St. Peter Celestine and Saint Catherine of Alexandria.
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  • The 13th century Gothic church in the last century Restoration removed a large part of the later Baroque accretions, returned to the Church, to the extent possible, the original Gothic appearance. Preserved however and some Renaissance elements. Is at the end of via dei Tribunali (if you go by the Garibaldi Square/Duomo). Not dedicated to St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles, and one of his successors in the afternoon. Celestinu V (Pietro Andželeri).
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  • The Conservatory of Naples, born in 1807 by the Union of ancient music colleges in the city, is housed since 1826 in the fourteenth-century monastery of San Pietro a Majella * *, where it has a precious capital represented by extraordinary ancient musical instruments-including the famous arpetta by * Stardivari * and fascinating memorabilia that belonged to musicians such as Pergolesi, Cimarosa, Bellini and other protagonists of the great Neapolitan school but also by international celebrities such as Liszt and Wagner.
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  • Go to enjoy the view of a lovely historic building
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  • breeding ground of great artists
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  • As soon as you enter seems to be catapulted into another dimension ... Magic atmosphere inside the Conservatory of San Pietro a Majella
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  • excellent
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