Corso Umberto I (Rettifilo)
Corso Umberto I, also known as "Rettifilo", is fundamental artery that connects the center of Naples to the railway station. The road starts from Piazza Giovanni Bovio and continues straight up to Piazza Garibaldi, where Napoli Centrale station is located. Following this order, the first important building to be found is Church of San Pietro Martire, from Angevin period. At this square Corso intersects with Via Mezzocannone, University road, where stands majestic palace of University of Naples Federico II, with Eclectic facade. Borgo Orefici opens on the right, known as the presence of numerous goldsmith shops. At the intersection with Via Duomo is Piazza Nicola Amore, the only one on the path, near which stands Church of Sant'Agostino alla Zecca and the district of Forcella, with Church of Santa Maria Egiziaca and Basilica of Santissima Annunziata Maggiore, with attached hospital. Before reaching Piazza Garibaldi, always on the left is one of the entrances to Basilica of San Pietro ad Aram.