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Italy,Naples,Palazzo Marigliano, located in the central and famous Via San Biagio dei Librai, represents both from a historical and architectural point of view one of the most interesting noble palaces in Naples. The building is located in one of the most evocative places in the city, at the convergence of the remains of the ancient Greco-Roman city, the basilica of San Lorenzo, San Gregorio Armeno and its long artisan tradition in the production of nativity scenes and the dozens of workshops of master booksellers that populated San Biagio, one of the most culturally dense places in Naples. In this palace also lived the queen of Naples, Constance of Chiaromonte, and she married King Władysław on the day of his coronation, when the king was only twelve years old. She was later repudiated by her husband, who dissolved the marriage with the consent of the bishop of Gaeta and the Pope.