The Sanctuary was built in the early 1600s in a neoclassical style, with a Latin cross, alternating the piperno gray of the cornices with the white of the walls. Upon entering, one is fascinated by the beauty of the small temple built by Bartolomeo Picchiatti in 1621 which houses the venerated image of the Madonna.

Acerra is a town and comune of Campania, southern Italy, in the Metropolitan City of Naples, about 15 kilometres (9 miles) northeast of the capital in Naples. It is part of the Agro Acerrano plain. Main sights Acerra Cathedral, originally built over an ancient temple of Hercules and remade in the 19th century. It houses some Baroque canvasses from the 17th century. […]