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Royal Palace of Naples Wheelchair Naples Accessible Italy Tours
Royal Palace of Naples Wheelchair Naples Accessible Italy Tours
Royal Palace of Naples Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Royal Palace of Naples Wheelchair Accessible Tours

Naples wheelchair friendly Royal Palace accessible Italian tours.

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Naples wheelchair friendly Royal Palace accessible Italian tours is one of the four residences used by the Bourbon Kings of Naples during their rule.

One is in Caserta, another on the Capodimonte hill overlooking Naples, and the third is in Portici on the slopes of Vesuvius.

The Naples wheelchair friendly Royal Palace accessible Italian tours is on the site of an earlier building meant to host King Philip III of Spain, who however never made the trip.

The architect chosen for that palace was Domenico Fontana.

The building was put up on the site of an even older Spanish viceroyal residence from the early 16th century.

The royal residence was moved to Caserta in the 18th century, as that inland town was more defensible from naval assault than Naples.

The Naples wheelchair friendly Royal Palace accessible Italian tours visible today is, however, the result of numerous additions and changes, including some by Luigi Vanvitelli in the mid-18th and then by Gaetano Genovese in 1838 after a fire had damaged much of the palace.

Additionally, restoration was done after World War II to repair bomb damage.

The western façade side of the building ( fronting on Piazza del Plebiscito ) displays a series of statues of the rulers of dynasties to rule Naples since the foundation of the Kingdom of Naples in the twelfth century.

Today the palace and adjacent grounds house the San Carlo Theater, a museum, the National Library of Naples and a number of city offices, including those of the regional tourist board.

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