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Basilica of San Giorgio in Velabro, Rome

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  • Are stat in this church for the wedding of a close friend. The Church is very old, beautiful, detail, used for weddings and you have to book at least a year in advance. Is decked out in a wonderful way and souvenir photos for the couple and the guests really leave open-mouthed for both internal and external beauty of the place. Posted in one of the biggest open air archaeological sites of the charming Rome
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  • A church that is undeveloped and known so it's difficult to meet you unless you're walking in Rome to make a simple stroll and accepting shreck is instead catapulted you inside. Church hit and re hit by bombing so old now is not much left but what little is left to be seen.
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  • One of my favorite churches situated in the ancient Roman velabrum. The church was incorporated with the ancient roman arch of the money changers (Arcus Argentariorum) and was dedicated to St. George....  more »
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  • We stumbled upon this church by chance when we were just exploring the area the first day we spend in Rome. The inside of the church looks simpler than the more popular tourist sites, but you can just see the authenticity of the architecture and and Roman basilica style. In some ways it was actually more interesting
  • Possibly the loveliest church in Rome (and I've seen them all). Not hit by Baroque restructuring, it has retained its original athmosphere. The mixed set of re-used classical columns, the portico in front, re-used roman sculpture in the walls and the attached equally antique arco degli argentari make this a must-see. In a very lovely and quiet street, behind the Arco di Giano. Much to be prefered to the nearby worn-out boca della verita'.
  • Church from the 9th century, built over an existing oldest, was the subject in 1993, together with Saint John Lateran, a bomb attack, presumably under attack the State put in place by the "Cosa Nostra" mafia with the massacres.
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  • I got married in this church is beautiful, simple, old, significant representing Christianity srmplice and strong over time: beautiful!
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  • Nice..