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Churches and Basilicas
Until the mid-sixteenth century, the Baths of Diocletian, which to[...]
Located between Via del Corso and Via del Babuino, the Basilica owes its name to a previous small church dedicated to the Virgin and ruled by the Carmelite friars.
A medieval fortress in the centre of Rome.
Incorporated in Palazzo Venezia, in front of the Vittoriano, the basilica of San Marco stands on the homonymous square.
The church of Saints Andrea and Claudio dei Borgognoni is located in Piazza San Claudio, in the Trevi district[...]
It is scenically located in a recess of a long street of the Rione Trastevere which ends, at a[...]
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[...]
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[...]