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Churches and Basilicas
Until the mid-sixteenth century, the Baths of Diocletian, which to[...]
Santa Maria del Popolo is one of the most significant buildings of the Roman Renaissance[...]
The first news relating to Santa Maria in Cosmedin dates back to the 6th century AD.
Located between Via del Corso and Via del Babuino, the Basilica owes its name to a previous small church[...]
The Basilica was probably the first official place of Christian worship in Rome.
Situated on the summit of the Esquiline Hill, although enriched by subsequent renovations, St.
Founded in the VII century, over the ruins of a temple presumably dedicated to Minerva Calcidica, the basilica was rebuilt in a Gothic style in th[...]
The Basilica of Saint Praxedes, located in the Rione Esquilino, was built by Pasqual[...]
Saint Sabina was founded by Peter of Illyria, a Dalmatian priest, in 425.
The basilica of San Pancrazio stands on the Janiculum hill, and is one of the minor basilicas of Rome.
A medieval fortress in the centre of Rome.
Incorporated in the Palazzo di Venezia, in front of the[...]
The basilica of Santa Pudenziana al Viminale near Santa Maria Maggiore is one of t[...]
The church of Saints Andrea and Claudio dei Borgognoni is located in Piazza San Claudio, in the Trevi district[...]
The church was built in 1620 to honor Cardinal Carlo Borromeo, purchased by the Barnabiti da Rosato Rosati (1612-1620). It is called "Ai Catinari" due to the basin-makers that once lived here.
In the Rione Monti, opposite the[...]
The church is now a masterpiece of the Roman Baroque style but its origins date back to the 7th century, when Pope Honorius I dedicated a sacred building to St Mar[...]
It is one of the churches of Rome that are invisible from the street, surrounded by the Rione Borgo’s ta[...]
It is scenically located in a recess of a long street of the Rione Trastevere which ends, at a[...]
Located along via di Tor de' Conti, behind the Forum of Augustus and Nerva, the Church of Saints Quirico and Giulitta is dedicated to the two martyrs of Tarsus: the little[...]
This small ancient Ukrainian Byzantine-rite church is to be found at Piazza Madonna dei Monti[...]
Ironic as he always was in his sonnets, 19th century Roman poet Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli called it a museum “de corate e de sciorcelli”, in short, of entrails, bu[...]
Die kleine Kirche, die sich an den Gallienus-Bogen lehnt und heute Sitz der Pfarrei Santa Maria Maggiore in San Vito ist, steht auf dem antiken Mons Cispius und ist sehr alten Ursp[...]
The church stands in the Trastevere district and is mentioned for the first time at the beginning of the 12th[...]
In 1551 Nanni di Baccio Biggio, a Florentine architect, was commissioned by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, to design a church for the Society of Jesus, a Catholic order.
In Lungotevere Prati, in the rione of the same name, stands the unusual neo-Gothic style[...]
The church is located in the Castro Pretorio district, near[...]
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