The Via Duomo is one of the main streets in the center of Naples. On the north side, the street opens onto Via Foria and on the south side onto Via Nuova Marina. The street crosses the former Roman decumano maggiore, superiore and inferiore.
Via Duomo Naples
History and description
The Via Duomo gets its name from the Cathedral (Duomo) of Naples, which is located about halfway down this unexpectedly narrow street.
However, the cathedral is not the only important building on the Via Duomo. Other highlights include the San Giorgio Maggiore Basilica, the San Severo al Pendino Church, the Palazzo Miradois and the Palazzo Como.
The latter building is the seat of Museo Civico Filangieri.