The Basilica of St. Francis of Paul is a Catholic church built in imitation of the Pantheon in Rome. The church and the statue of Charles III in the center of the square complement each other and are spectacular.
The church of St. Paul’s Francis has a large space, and there are quite a lot of interesting things here, and it is also very good to visit here. The geographical environment and facilities of this church are also very simple. It's also very old.
The inside of this church cannot be photographed, so most of the photos taken are taken on the square. The middle of the church is domed with long Romanesque cloisters on both sides. When there is no one to take care of it, it is still possible to take one or two secret photos.
When I arrived, the church did not open its doors, so I just looked around to get a brief understanding of its history. The Basilica di San Francesco di Paola (Italian: Basilica di San Francesco di Paola) is a Catholic church in Naples, located in the largest square in Naples, on the west side of Piazza del Popolo. The church of St. Francis Paulo, built in imitation of the Pantheon of Rome, is majestic and magnificent. Its sides are curved. The corridor stands with rows of huge columns. The dome is 53 meters high. In the center of the square stands a statue of Charles III riding a horse. At the beginning of the 19th century, the King of Naples was built by Joachim Murat, King of the Bonaparte family. He planned the square and its buildings for Napoleon. After Napoleon lost power, the Bourbon dynasty was restored, and Ferdinand IV continued to complete the building, but after it was completed in 1816, it belonged to the church and was dedicated to St. Francis Paulo, who had practiced here in the 16th century.
The shape is different from other churches and has its own characteristics.
When we came to the referendum square and the church of St. Francis of Paul, one of our feelings was that the square and church were so big. The Church of St. Francis of Paul was built in 1817 and was built by Perdinand I to celebrate the end of Napoleon’s occupation. The sculpture standing on the square should be Pere Dinan I. There were not many tourists on the square. It was noon, and we all hid beside the building that was being repaired next to the square to rest, and found that the shielding method is worth learning from. A nice tour carriage parked in the square, which attracted us to take photos with it. The square is next to the beautiful harbour.