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Churches and Basilicas

Pagina di snodo Tassonomia
Viale Della Moschea, 85

The Mosque of Rome , inaugurated in 1995, is one of the biggest in Europe. It is an very important reference point for Muslims living in the Capital.

San Benedetto in Piscinula
Piazza In Piscinula, 40

The splendid Piazza in Piscinula opens out as you walk along Via della Lungaretta, at Isola Tiberina.  Tradition has it that the church in the square, San Benedetto i

San Giorgio in Velabro
Via del Velabro, 19

This small church is located behind the Arco di Giano (Arch of Janus).

San Luigi dei Francesi
Piazza di San Luigi de' Francesi, 5

The French National Church, founded by Cardinal Giulio de’ Medici (later Pope Clemente VII) in 1518, and completed in 1589 by Giacomo della Porta and Domenico Fontana is famous for three paintings

Chiesa di San Nicola da Tolentino - Facciata
Salita di San Nicola da Tolentino, 17

Located in the Rione Trevi, on the ascent of the same name, the Church of San Nicola da Tolentino was erected, among vineyards and gardens, on the orders of Pope C

Piazza di San Pietro in Vincoli, 4/A

Via Cavour: starting out from the Fora, about halfway along Via Cavour we come across the steep steps of via San Francesco di Paola.

Sant'Agnese in Agone
Piazza Navona

Sant'Agnese in Agone  is a 17th-century Baroque church.

Santa Maria della Vittoria
Via XX Settembre, 17

The interior of the church has a single nave, it offers one of the richest examples of baroque decoration for the wealth of marble, stucco and decorations.

Scala dell'Arce Capitolina, 14

Built on the ruins of the Temple of Juno Moneta in the sixth century, it is located on the highest peak of the Capitol.

SS. Trinità dei Monti
Piazza della Trinità dei Monti

The work was financed thanks to a bequest made by Etienne Guffier − a functionary at the French Embassy in Rome.

Via Acque Salvie, 1

The legend tells that the head of the Apostle Paul, after the beheading, made three jumps from which three fountains gushed out.

Via del Babuino, 153

In 1880 this church belonging to the anglican cult was built for the English residents and the visitors of Rome. The task was entrusted to the English architect George Edmund Street.

Piazza dei Santi Apostoli, 51

The Basilica dei SS.

Piazzale Santi Pietro e Paolo, 8

This monumental travertine church dedicated to St Peter and St Paul was built between 1937 and 1941 on the highest point in the EUR. Its white mass dominates the whole district.

Piazza Sidney Sonnino, 44

At the beginning of Viale di Trastevere is the church of San Crisogono. The church was built before 499 and restored in 1129.

Via di Porta Latina, 17

Before the church of San Giovanni a Porta Latina, founded in the fifth century, is a picturesque and secluded churchyard, shaded by a big citron and with a medieval well between two columns.

Viale dei Salesiani, 9

On the square bearing the same name is the Church of San Giovanni Bosco built by Rapisardi.

Piazzale del Verano, 3

The basilica of San Lorenzo fuori le Mura (Saint Lawrence outside the Walls) as it is today is the combination of two distinct churches, one built in the sixth century AD and the other at the begin

Via Appia Antica, 136

The basilica of San Sebastiano fuori le mura (Saint Sebastian outside the Walls) is dedicated today to this popular – and frequently represented – saint from Narbonne, but was originally known as t

Via Merulana, 124

It constitutes, along with Palazzo Brancaccio, the most demanding work by Luca Carirnini and the first monumental carrying out of the sacred Roman architecture after 1870.

Via del Babuino, 198

It owes its name to a little Church for the Virgin run by the Carmelites. The holy mount par excellence is Mount Carmel in Jerusalem.

Piazza di San Marco, 48

Incorporated into Palazzo Venezia, the Basilica di San Marco was founded by Pope San Marco in honor of Evangelista, who beared the same place, in 336.

Via Bernardino Telesio, 4/B

San Giuseppe al Trionfale, elevata alla dignità di Basilica Romana Minore da Paolo VI nel 1970, deve la sua origine alla devozione del Beato Luigi Guanella (1842-1915) verso San Giuseppe, che la ed

Piazza di Santa Balbina, 8

SANTA BALBINA The Santa Balbina church was built during C. IV on the house of the Roman consul Fabio Cilone (204).

Via Urbana, 160

One of the most antique churches in Rome, raised on the house of Senator Pudente said to have hosted San Pietro and where later on (during C.II), a thermal building was constructed.

Chiostro Sant'Alessio e Bonifacio all'Aventino
Piazza di Sant'Alessio, 23

It was built before C.X and dedicated first to San Bonifacio, then to Sant’Alessio (1217) by Pope Onorio III. In 1750 it was restored by Tommaso de Marchis.

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