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Strolling around Rome we stumbled on this wonderful papal church. The outside is somewhat inconspicuous, however, the interior is lovely, full of architectural wonder, tranquillity and religious speculate.
Small Roman "minor basilica" On road to Ponte S. Angelo. Earliest mention of church made in 1005-1010 time frame. Rebuilt in 1500's as result of decree by Pope Julius II. Part of his redevelopment of area. Serene and peaceful as you would expect a papal...More
Located very near the Sant'Angelo bridge this church is a nice place to visit on your way to/from Vatican City. It's a historic site as it has been a place of worship since ancient times. The facade and interior are pretty and it's quite peaceful...More