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  • 1 Sant Angelo in Formis Basilica Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Sant'Angelo-in-Formis I - 81043 Capua

    Built in the 11C under the aegis of the abbot from the Abbey of Montecassino, Desiderius, this is one of Campagna's most beautiful monuments from the Middle Ages and although the architectural design is somewhat rudimentary, it contains one of the It..

  • 2 Museo Campano (Musée de la Campanie) Interesting

    Museums and art

    v. Roma I - 81043 Capua

    It is installed in this Palace, which has a lovely Catalan portal. In the archaeology section, you will see a set of Matutae (ancient Italian mother-Goddesses carrying their babies in their arms), and a beautiful mosaic. And in the medieval section, ..

  • 3 Piazza dei Giudicci (Giudici square)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    P.za dei Giudicci I - 81043 Capua

    The Baroque Saint Eligio church, a Gothic arch topped with a loggia, and a 16C town hall make this square a beautiful urban ensemble.

  • 4 Annunziata (Church of the Annunciation)

    Religious buildings

    P.za dei Giudici I - 81043 Capua

    This church built in the 16C has a beautiful dome on a tambour and, inside, and some extremely intricate wooden ceilings.

  • 5 Cathedral (Duomo)

    Religious buildings

    v. Duomo I - 81043 Capua

    Although this cathedral was built in the 9C, it has since been destroyed and rebuilt on many occasions. It has nonetheless retained its Lombard campanile whose base contains ancient fragments. In the atrium, you will notice the columns with their lov..

  • 6 Museo Archeologico dell'Antica Capua

    Museums and art

    v. Roberto-d'Angiò 48 I - 81043 Capua

    This pleasant museum assembles interesting objects which chart Samaritan history from the Bronze age to the imperial age, including some beautful architectonic terracottas and three Matres Matutae.

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