The Royal Palace of Naples was begun from the year 1601, by the Viceroy ruling at the time, and was possibly visitedby the King of Italy. The initial project of the architect Domenico Fontana underwent many modifications and its style was modified until it became completely baroque. Its exterior is stunning but not overdone. Inside they are stairs and profuse marble columns, statues, lamp everywhere. It was the center of power of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Located in the heart of Naples, is a neighbor of the famous Piazza del Plebiscito.