In 1860 non-Catholic cults, forbidden by Rome, met only in foreign embassy's. The Anglican cult met the British ... More
In 1860 non-Catholic cults, forbidden by Rome, met only in foreign embassy's. The Anglican cult met the British Consulate, Palazzo Calabritto. It was consecrated by the first Bishop of Gibraltar in 1865. The windows of the apse show figures of Prophets and Apostles, while opposite the patron saints of England, Saint George and Saint Margaret, are shown.
The Church of San Francesco di Paola was built as an offering from Ferdinando di Borbone after his return from
exile in Palermo during the French occupation. The project was drawn up by the architect Pietro Bianchi in 1816. ...
The church of the New Jesus began in 1470 as a lay building and more precisely, as the home of
Roberto Sanseverino, the prince of Salerno. The building is impressive and was built in an area at the edge ...
Legend has it that the origins of this church lie in the coming of St Peter to Naples, where he
took his first mass at the altar in the atrium. This is commemorated in the painting which hangs above ...