It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the many, many historic and architecturally significant churches in Rome. Yet, we found ourselves drawn to them over and over again.
But St Cecilia in Trastevere was different. And it was easily our favorite (setting aside St Peter’s) because of the art, the moving Moderno sculpture, and the underlying story of Cecilia.
We did go downstairs into the crypt, which is worthwhile for both the tomb but also the 3rd century AD history.
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