Built in 1283, this beautiful church features prominent frescoes by Pietro Cavallini and stunning Gothic architecture. It also has a sacristy containing 45 sepulchers of the Aragonese family. As a further claim to fame, according to Christian lore, a 13th century crucifix in the church spoke to Thomas Aquinas. The square outside features an obelisk topped with the figure of Saint Dominic, commemorating the end of the plague of the 18th century. This is an excellent stop for anyone interested in Christian art and architecture.
A popular nightspot located near Piazza dei Martiri, S’Move-Lab is both innovative and eclectic. T... Read more