Art connoisseurs should visit the Museo di Capodimonte and check out the vast collection of art that traces its origins back to the year 1738.
Located in Naples, Italy, the museum, among the largest in Italy, is a prime repository of Neapolitan decorative art and painting. It also contains important works from other renowned Italian schools of painting. Some of the critical collections housed in this museum include "Madonna and child and two angels," "Crucifixion," Portrait of Francesco Gongaza," "Portrait of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese," and much more.
The 1st and 2nd floor of the museum house the National Gallery with paintings from the thirteenth to the eighteenth century.