Basilica Di Santa Croce a Via Flaminia, Rome

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  • Getting off the train from P.le Flamino and heading to the 21st century Art Museum, we came across this church that intrigued us, if only for the familiar forms, we entered and pleasantly impressed by this reinterpretation of ancient art. Of churches built in the 20th and 900s we have seen others, some of the real obbrobri, this seemed to us among the most harmonious and serene.
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  • Newly built basilican church dating back to the beginning of the last century located in the Flaminio district in the immediate vicinity of the Museum Maxxi. Nice overview with the great portico with six columns above which is a beautiful mosaic and the adjacent Bell Tower. The Interior has three naves, very bright and holds the most interesting works in the chapels of the aisles.
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  • Minor Basilica, is a very quiet and pleasant, modern testimony very close to places the Milvian Bridge and along the via Flaminia. It is also a short distance from the Auditorium and is adjacent to the new Maxxi, National Museum of the 21st century.
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  • A unique parish in a little town of Flaminio. It is a few meters to the modern art museum MAXXI.
  • According to the Diocese, Mass is celebrated: Weekdays 9:00, 10:30, 18:30; Sundays and Solemnities 8:00, 9:00 (not summer), 10:30, 12:00 (not summer), 19:00. The church was founded in 1913, when Pope St Pius X erected the parish of "Santa Croce" in celebration of the 16th centenary of the Edict of Milan, the edict of tolerance by Emperor Constantine in 313 which legalised the Christian religion in the Roman Empire. It was built in the style of a Roman basilica by Aristide Leonori, and papal patronage ensured a building of the highest quality. Very well worth visiting.
  • It's my parish church. It was built about 100 years ago as the Flaminio district of which it is a part. It is one of the last churches in Rome built according to the classical canons. It gives me serenity to go and pray because it is not as cold as modern churches.
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  • Priests are elderly and do not make gaudy homilies
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  • It is one of rome's little-attended basilicas but MERITA to be seen!!!
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