San Domenico Maggiore
P.za S. Domenico Maggiore, 8A, 80134 Napoli NA, Italy
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The basilica of San Domenico Maggiore is a monumental church in Naples located in an almost central position with respect to the lower decumanus , in the square of the same name. Commissioned by Charles II of Anjou and built between 1283 and 1324, it became the motherhouse of the Dominicans in the kingdom of Naples and the church of the Aragonese nobility. The basilica, a splendid example of Gothic-Angevin architecture, together with its adjacent convent.
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