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Abbazia Greca di San Nilo, Grottaferrata

4.8
#10 of 58 in Historic Sites in Province of Rome
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  • a stunning beauty in a lovely hamlet, this amazing church is a tiny jewel of Greek art with mosaics and painting, it is really worth visiting, they also have a big Presepe during Xmas.  more »
  • Nice little area and church. Worth a visit, and close to the gelateria. Beautiful view over Rome and surroundings in the courtyard.  more »
  • The place is very old but very well maintained. Great walls of stone, great buildings and an ancient church to see. Also because is in the mountain, there is a great view of the valley. If you have so...  more »
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  • The free tour is very extensive with lots of info, but only in Italian.
  • It's a brautiful church bearing 1000-year history!
  • Beautiful place and even romantic. Very nice for weddings and ceremonies
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  • Beautiful Greek Orthodox Abbey
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  • It is the only Catholic Abbey in Italy with the Byzantine rite. On Sundays there are guided tours. With the guide you can learn about the underside, with buildings of ancient Rome.
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