Museo di Palazzo Reale was built in the period of the viceroy Conte di Lemos. It has been home to La Reale Stamperia, la ... More
Palazzo Reale Museum
Museo di Palazzo Reale was built in the period of the viceroy Conte di Lemos. It has been home to La Reale Stamperia, la Reale Arazzeria, the 17th-century Palatine Academy, the King's Gabinetto Fisico, the Palatine Library, The Bourbon Archive and the musical archives of the Royal chapel. It has also been the seat of power of the Neapolitan monarchy and that of South Italy. If you pass through the Cortile d'Onore you will reach the museum of the Palazzo Reale which contains the furnishings and decorations of the noble apartment-thirty rooms where state functions and gatherings would take place.
This relatively small square is surrounded by places of historic interest. On the eastern side is the Carignano theatre and
the historic Cambio restaurant. The opposite side of the square is completely taken up by the beautiful facade of ...
Destined to house porcelain production, the Reggia di Capodimonte building was constructed in the large grounds by Ferdinando Fuga in
1743. The porcelain drawing room belonging to Queen Amalia of Saxony was established in 1759. Today, the many rooms ...
On the north eastern side of Piazza Castello , a little square can be seen. It is called the Piazza
Reale, and is closed by a cast iron gate topped by statues of the Dioscuri, twin brothers of Helen ...