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It is the original 6th-century paleo-Christian church on the site where the Cathedral of Naples now stands, and was rebuilt and incorporated into the cathedral when it built in the 13th century.
Santa Restituta has a nave with two aisles divided by 27 antique columns, and forms a large, separate part of the cathedral.
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