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Chiesa del Sacro Cuore di Gesù
Lungotevere Prati, 12

In Lungotevere Prati, in the rione of the same name, stands the unusual neo-Gothic style

Piazza della Madonna di Loreto

The origin and the name of the church are linked to Pope Innocent IX who, in the wake of the enthusiasm for the victory against the Ottoman Empire in Vienna in 168

Chiesa del Santissimo Sudario dei Piemontesi-Foto: sito ufficiale della Chiesa del Santissimo Sudario dei Piemontesi
Via del Sudario, 47

It is located in the Sant’Eustachio district, in the city centre and is the subsidiary church of the Milit

Chiesa della Natività di Gesù
Piazza di Pasquino, 2

The Church of the Nativity of Jesus, which is located near Piazza Navona, overlooks Piazza Pasquin

Chiesa della Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini
Via dei Pettinari, 36/A

Close to important monuments such as Palazzo Farnese and a few blocks away from

Chiesa di Dio Padre Misericordioso
Largo Terzo millennio, 8

Three unfolded sails are ready to ship the faithful into the third millennium, evoking both the early Christian image of the soul and a vessel pointing towards the lighthouse of Christ.

Chiesa di San Bartolomeo all'Isola
Piazza di San Bartolomeo all'Isola, 22

 On the Tiber Island, between

Chiesa di San Benedetto in Piscinula
Piazza In Piscinula, 40

In the heart of the Rione Trastevere, a short distance from

Chiesa di San Bernardo alle Terme
Via Torino, 94

Located on the square of the same name along with the churches of Santa Susanna<

Via Giulia, 63

An inscription in the Armenian alphabet placed above the entrance door welcomes visitors to the beautiful little church overlooking

Via del Quirinale, 23

 Among the baroque churches, the Church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane is often unjustely forgotten because many of them are famous for their size and for their scenic location.

Via di Porta San Sebastiano, 2

Just a few steps away from the Baths of Caracalla, the basilica of San Cesareo de Appia, also known as San Cesare

Complesso di San Cosimato - Foto
Piazza di San Cosimato, 76

A hidden gem of Rome tucked away in the heart of Trastevere and dedicated to a saint who never

Chiesa di San Gioacchino in Prati-Foto: sito ufficiale della Chiesa di San Gioacchino in Prati
Piazza dei Quiriti, 17

The church, which stands in the neighborhood of the same name, was built at the behest of Pope Leo XIII Pecci to celebrate his priestly jubilee; the works began in 1891 and were co

Chiesa di San Giorgio in Velabro
Via del Velabro, 19

It is a hidden corner of the city but it has a special place in the legendary history of Rome.

Foto Stefano Castellani,
Via di San Giovanni Decollato, 22

A beautiful 16th-century church at the foot of the Capitol, with a very special history linked to the

Chiesa San Giovanni Calibita-Foto Pixabay
Piazza di San Bartolomeo all'Isola, 39

The church, annexed to the Fatebenefratelli Hospital on the Tiber Island, has very ancient origins:

Vicolo della Minerva, 51

The small church overlooking the nice square just a few steps from the Pantheon and the

San Giovanni in Oleo
Porta Latina

Located in Via di Porta Latina, the small octagonal oratory was built at the beginning of the 16th century, perhaps on an older circular shrine.

Via Tomacelli, 132

Previously konwn as San Girolamo degli Illirici or degli Schiavoni, it is the national church of Croatia and stands next to the

Via di Monserrato, 62/A

A journey through history, art and spirituality following in the footsteps of two giants of Christianity.

Via del Sudario, 40

Little historical information is available on the life of St. Julian, popularly known as the Hospitaller.

san giuseppe falegnami
Clivo Argentario, 1

Faith and chains: from the ancient Mamertine Prison to the new church of the Carpenters

Piazza di Monte Savello, 9

It is one of Rome’s small and charming churches, and like others it has a long history.

Chiesa di San Gregorio al Celio
Piazza di San Gregorio, 1

The church that today bears his name (together with that of St Andrew) was founded in 575 AD by St Gregory the Great himself who transformed his family home into a monastery.

Borgo San Lazzaro

A taste of medieval Rome: mostly unknown and squeezed between modern buildings, the small church stands at the foot of

Via In Miranda, 10

Dedicated to St Lawrence, the 3rd century deacon and martyr of Rome, the church dominates the Roman Forum and was created in the Middle Ages inside the cell of the temple that the

Piazza della Cancelleria, 1

It is one of the most ancient Roman churches but it is also invisible from the street.

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Via Panisperna, 90

We know very little about the life of St Lawrence, martyred in Rome on 10 August 258: sources indicate him as archdeacon of Pope Sixtus II, charged among other things with administ