Piazza Trieste E Trento, Naples

Square Trieste and Trento (Piazza Trieste E Trento) is one of the areas of Naples, located in the heart of the historic part of the city, close to the beach.

Previously the area was called San Ferdinando (San Ferdinando Piazza). The current name of the square was given in 1919.

Piazza Trieste and Trento has an irregular shape. The center of the square is decorated by a small fountain, Curcio or the Artichoke fountain (Fontana del Curcio / Fontana del Carciofo).

The square is the Baroque Church of San Ferdinando (Chiesa di San Ferdinando). This Church is named San Fernando, in the centre of which is a square and Trieste e Trento.

Chiesa di San Ferdinando was built by the Jesuits in the early 17th century.

The interior of the Church is remarkable, first of all, the presence of the Baroque frescoes by Paolo De Matteis Dating from the late 17th century and is one of the most important works made by the artist in Naples.

Remarkable about this area and the fact that it is intersected by numerous tourist trails around the city. To square are two of the most famous tourist street of Naples - Toledo and Chiaia, and a little lower, closer to the waterfront, is the largest and the main historical square of Naples the Plebiscito square.

In addition, the area of Trieste and Trento borders the Royal Palace and Teatro San Carlo, near which is the famous passage of Naples - Galleria Umberto I.

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