Piazza Plebiscito, it doesn’t take much to make it even more magical: the colored lighting that enhances the colonnade of the church of San Francesco di Paola.
The colonnade of the church of San Francesco di Paola in piazza Plebiscito in the evening it is a show of iridescent colours: merit of the spotlights installed during the Christmas period as an experiment and remained instead also in the following months to illuminate one of the most beautiful squares in Italy.
These are iridescent lights that cover the whole spectrum of colors, of not excessive intensity that further increase the charm of the colonnade of the nineteenth-century church, considered one of the most important examples of neoclassical architecture in our country.
The light show also performs a non-trivial task: that of giving greater illumination to the square, considered “repelling” at night precisely because it is excessively dark. As a result, many more people stop to contemplate its beauty at night. And they experience the legend: cross it blindfolded and understand what happens.