As inscribed on a capital at the entrance, one Duke Mansone I had this church constructed in 986. Though the layout is Byzantine, a 16th-century overhaul inverted the entrance and high altar, and the decoration is now mostly baroque. The campanile dates from the 12th century, and there's a noteworthy 18th-century crèche scene. The church is open only for Sunday services.
Largo Santa Maria Maggiore, near Maria Santissima Addolorata, Amalfi, Campania, 84011, Italy