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Basilica di Sant'Anastasia al Palatino, Rome
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  • Built on the remains of a colossal building of the first century, by some scholars identified with the vestibule of lupercal (where Romulus and Remus were nursed by the she-Wolf), is dedicated to Anastasia, close relative of Constantine, martyred under Diocletian in Illyria (whence came the same Constantine). Under pope Damasus (early decades of 300) was already a place of worship of the Imperial Court. Retains the Basilica and highlights the achievements within from different times of restoration that occurred over the centuries. Classical in form, not very big, but for its location is popular for wedding ceremonies.
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  • The Basilica of Santa Anastasia on the Palatine is located so that it is not likely to notice when moving to Circo Massimo in the direction of the River, the temple is hidden behind a stone wall. Façade opens onto the street of San Teodoro. Frankly, mass in Rome preserved older churches with much more important things inside.
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  • Temple of Santa Anastasia on the Palatine is the title of minor Basilica. It was originally founded in the early 4th century and named after the sister of Emperor Constantine. Later the Church was repeatedly reconstructed, so that the current Baroque form it has since the 17th century, so the altar work dated the same century and later.
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