San Bernardo Alle Terme Church Rome

The San Bernardo alle Terme Church is located in the Castro Pretorio district of Rome. It is one of very few churches in Rome with a round floor plan.

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Sant’Eustachio Church Rome

The Church of Sant’Eustachio is located in the historical center of Rome, in the district of Sant’Eustachio, which was named for this church, at a short walking distance from the Pantheon.

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Santa Maria Maddalena Church Rome

The Church of Saint Mary Magdalene (Santa Maria Maddalena in Campo Marzio, or simply La Maddalena) is located just north of the Pantheon in the historical center of Rome. It is one of very few rococo churches in Rome.

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Nostra Signora del Sacro Cuore Church Rome

The Nostra Signora del Sacro Cuore Church in Rome is also known as the San Giacomo degli Spagnoli Church. This church has two facades, the main one being on the Corso del Risorgimento. The second facade is on the Piazza Navona.

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Santa Prassede Basilica Rome

Since its construction in the 5th century, the Santa Prassede Basilica in Rome has undergone several restorations and reconstructions. It is located in a narrow alley at a short distance from the Basilica of Saint Mary Major and no more than a 5 minute walk from the main railway station Termini in the Esquilino district of Rome.

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Sant’Antonio da Padova Basilica Rome

The Basilica of Sant’Antonio da Padova all’Esquilino was the first church built in Rome after the Unification of Italy in 1870. Together with the Palazzo Brancaccio it is the best known work of the architect Luca Carimini. The church is also know under the name Sant’Antonio al Laterano.

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Santo Stefano Rotondo Church Rome

The Santo Stefano Rotondo Church is located in the Monti district in Rome. Its main attraction is a rather gory cycle of frescoes by Pomarancio depicting torture scenes. Although in theory always open, it can be hard to visit the interior since it is an extremely popular church for weddings.

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San Francesco di Paola Church Rome

The San Francesco di Paola Church (officially Chiesa di San Francesco di Paola ai Monti) is the national church of the Calabrian community in Rome and is located in the Monti district, not far from the Colosseum.

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