The Church of San Giacomo degli Spagnoli was built in 1540 by the viceroy Pedro di Toledo. The facade was undertaken by Fernando Manlio but it was removed in 1825 when the church became part of the Palazzo dei Ministri, now Palazzo San Giacomo,the Town Hall. The interior of the church is structured with three naves with domed ceilings. The central dome marks the sepulchre with allegorical statues of viceroy Pedro di Toledo and Giovanni da Nola. It may actually contain the remains of the viceroy's son, Garcia because Don Pedro died in Florence.
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