Basilica di Sant'Anastasia al Palatino, Rome

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  • The basilica di Sant'Anastasia, one of many churches in Rome, almost unknown is of ancient origins but was repeatedly altered in later centuries, so that today it looks mostly 18th century; not particularly showy for the architectural aspect or for indoor decoration, deserves attention in my opinion especially for the location is secluded yet close to the Circo Massimo, on a solitary square gives it a certain charm.
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  • We were walking through the Circus Maximus and came across the church as we passed through just after the Palatine Hill . It was built in the 3rd century AD by a Roman woman named Anastasia . It has b...  more »
  • Who looks outside, will think it's one of the many simple churches of Rome, but no less important, as it is one of the most ancient basilicas of Rome, built in the 3rd century and 4th century due to your location, is not always perceived I, for example, was by chance that I was there, when I walked into a candy store and saw her. It lies at the foot of the Palatine Hill, almost at one end of the Circus Maximus, near the Bocca della Verità. It was restored several times, thus losing its original characteristics, with the last reform, the external façade, happened in the 17th century. Its interior is simple and the highlight is the 18TH-century ceiling. Worth a visit if you are around and have the time too. It's not a must-visit for tourists.
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  • The church is open 24/7, and has been since 2001 when Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament began here. This is a 4th century church, but repeated remodelling means that the age is not obvious inside. Outside, if you go up the left hand side you will see some interesting ancient fabric. Mass is celebrated daily at 18:00, preceded by the Rosary. The Adoration takes place in the far left hand chapel. There is no leeway given here for behaviour and clothing inappropriate to a church. However, the warning notice by the entrance shows a sense of humour -who is the sexy cartoon lady on it?
  • A quiet piazza to site and relax, just off the beaten path
  • Nice little picturesque church in the Roman Forum, worth stopping by here.
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