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Exhibition centres of art

This section is dedicated to the main exhibition centres of art in Naples, among which: Arts Palace in Naples, Museo del Mare di Napoli, Church of S. Severo al Pendino, Santa Casa dell'Annunziata "ruota" and la Casina Pompeiana.

 
 
pan, palazzo delle arti napoli

Palazzo Arti Napoli
The PAN is a 6000 square metres edifice on three floors and the first Neapolitan city structure destined to lodge temporary exhibitions, a documentation centre endowed with archives, library and media collection, as well as cultural and laboratory activities, mainly experimental.

 

Chiesa S. Severo al Pendino
The church was returned to its original architecture, highlighting the trabeations and the Renaissance columns which had been hidden by the 19th-century stucco-work. San Severo was built in 1575 on the site of the old church and hospital Santa Maria a Selice,

 
 
 
 

Chiesa S. Severo al Pendino
The church was returned to its original architecture, highlighting the trabeations and the Renaissance columns which had been hidden by the 19th-century stucco-work. San Severo was built in 1575 on the site of the old church and hospital Santa Maria a Selice,

 
pan, palazzo delle arti napoli

Palazzo Arti Napoli
The PAN is a 6000 square metres edifice on three floors and the first Neapolitan city structure destined to lodge temporary exhibitions, a documentation centre endowed with archives, library and media collection, as well as cultural and laboratory activities, mainly experimental.

 
 
 
 

Chiesa S. Severo al Pendino
The church was returned to its original architecture, highlighting the trabeations and the Renaissance columns which had been hidden by the 19th-century stucco-work. San Severo was built in 1575 on the site of the old church and hospital Santa Maria a Selice,

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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