All Saints' Anglican Church Rome, Rome
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
All Saints' Church is an active English-speaking congregation representing the Anglican Communion in Rome, Italy.The church building is a very fine red-brick construction in a neo-gothic style, situated in the Via del Babuino, about 100 meters from the Spanish Steps. The architect was George Edmund Street (1824 – 1881). It is regularly used for concerts, as well as for the church services.Work out when and for how long to visit All Saints' Anglican Church Rome and other Rome attractions using our handy Rome trip itinerary planner.
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Vi var så heldige å komme over en konsert i denne vakre kirken. Kirken i seg selv var vakkert utsmykket og den hadde en fantastisk akustikk og nærhet til de som spilte. En fantastisk opplevelseWe were fortunate enough to come across a concert in this beautiful church. The Church itself was beautifully decorated and it had a fantastic acoustics and the proximity of those who played. A wonderful experienceshow original
2016年8月に行きました。 スペイン広場からポポロ広場を結ぶバブイーノ通り沿いにある教会です。 スペイン広場とポポロ広場のちょうど中間ぐらいの場所に位置し、茶色の建物で高い塔が目印です。I went to 8/2016. It is located between Piazza del Popolo and the Spain square Babuino Street Church. Spain square and Piazza del Popolo located just in the Middle, in the building of the Brown Tower is a landmark.show original
C'est typiquement le genre de construction néogothique tout en petites briques qu'on imagine très bien en angleterre. Construite au 19ème siècle alors que les anglais raffolent de Rome et s'y ruent en... read more »This is typically the kind of construction revival while small bricks that we imagine very well in England. Built in the 19th century while the English love of Rome and be flocking there in numbers. Very nice.show original
As a parishioner of this church I guess I am bias, but I want to give a review of All Saints' anyway. First of all, I want to say that it is a unique church in the Victorian neo-Gothic style, designed by G.E Street in the 1880s - the interior is especially fine - centred on the altar as a Eucharistic symbol and because the church was in the high church tradition, vestments here have always been worn. The windows are by Clayton&Bell and the frontals are very fine Victorian ones that could be easily found in the most charming English parish churches. The church today offers all sorts of services: morning and evening prayer, Sunday high and low Mass, Choral Evensong and even Alternative Worship as it tries to please the whole of the communion spectrum. The central act of worship though is still that sacrifice of the altar. The community is warm and diverse, everyone is welcome. Please visit us, whether it be for worship or for our building you won't be disappointed! Please, ignore the bad reviews on Tripadvisor, they are about the Opera that is hosted by the church, if you want to give bad reviews, review the opera not All Saints'! Looking forward to go back!
A little bit of England in Rome. It is so characteristic of English chuches of the 1800s.
英國國教派 少數不是天主教的教堂 到場時剛好有演唱會 可見得在教堂表演也是一種古蹟活化 或者是聖蹟重演
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