This is the largo at the middle of the neighborhood. As far as I've been able to tell, a largo, "wide" is a place that's more than an intersection but not enough of something to be a piazza.
Here's the little complex at the end of our street. Through the gate you are looking at the church. A small community of four friars lives in the house on the right. Behind and to the left of the church is a monastery of Capuchin Poor Clare nuns. You can read about and see some of them here.
Here's the church. Behind the grate is the nuns' choir.
Here's the little chapel in the friary where we say our prayers.
One of the friars who lives here is the general postulator for the Order, the friar in charge of promoting the causes of Capuchins for beatification and canonization. These are their files and the storehouse of their relics.
The friary also has a garden. It's not as lush and mysterious as it looks in this picture.