The SantaChiaracloister in Naples can’t strictly be called a cloister, which you would normally consider as a dark, hushed religious area. In the style of the sunny city of Naples, this particular specimen is an open-air cloister, beautifully tiled and decorated in true Campanian style.
The SantaChiaraCloister was founded in 1310 next to a gothic basilica, but it was significantly restyled in the mid-18th century, when the cloister got its exotic, vibrant redecoration.
It underwent more restoration in 1943 after bombing and was completed in a gothic, rather than baroque style. For more pictures of the beautiful tiles, see Italiannotebook. com.
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