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Church of Santa Maria Maggiore to Pietrasanta
The church of Santa Maria Maggiore della Pietrasanta is a religious edifice in central Naples, Italy on Via Tribunali.
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The church was first erected in the early 6th century, and was named a Basilica church. In the 17th century reconstruction by Cosimo Fanzago led to the domed church we see today. There is evidence of a paleochristian basilica in the crypt, and the finding of an old stone carved with a cross gave the church part of its name. The bell tower was constructed in the 11th century.
To the left of the entrance and obscuring the left lower facade, is in part, the Renaissance chapel: Capella Pontano. To the right of the church and some meters distant is the medieval bell tower.
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