Basilica Ss. Bonifacio E Alessio, Rome
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Costruita tra III e IV secolo. ripresa e restaurata più volte nei secoli, conserva elementi di tutti gli interventi, rimanendo nel complesso un po' fredda. Degna di nota l'icona della Madonna dell'Int... read more »Built between the 3rd and 4th century. recovery and restored several times over the centuries, retains elements of all interventions, remaining overall a bit cold. Worthy of note the icon of our Lady of the intercession, you want was brought from Sant ' Alessio from Eastern Europe. In the crypt are preserved the relics of Thomas Becket (obstinate defender of the rights of the Church against the claims of Henry II's control). In the right aisle is the tomb of Antonio Mancini, the well-known Neapolitan painter that operated until the end of his days in Rome and, in life, was considered by John Singer Sargent, the best of those times. Curiosity and a walk downtown.show original
One of two basilicas located atop Aventine Hill, just a few meters away from Basilica Santa Sabina! Houses some fabulous paintings.
У Святого Алессио очень интересная история жизни. И сам храм выглядит достаточно хорошо . Находится на авентинском холме . В момент нашего посещения храма , во дворе раздавали пищу беднякам , выдавали... read more »St. Alessio very interesting life story. And the temple itself looks good. Is located on Aventine hill. At the time of our visit the Temple in the courtyard were handing out food to the poor, issued strictly on the coupons. But portions were very large, I've never met.show original
Beautiful ancient church founded in 3rd or 4th century
Alessio CiceroA very beautiful church with a breathtaking attacked the legendary Orange garden and near the world's most famous Keyhole where if you look inside the hole and see the wonder ... ... go and then you tell me. ..show original
Carmelo MangiaracinaUnder the church there is a Romanesque crypt and the main altar of the crypt contains the relics of Thomas Becket. At the end of the aisle there is the Scala Santa di Sant ' Alessio, in wood and stucco. The decorations of floors and ceilings make it a church very colorful but not overly decorated.show original
Linda tra le meleBeautiful church, presents architectural witness of bygone eras. Have students visit the Romanesque crypt, deserves. It rises on the Aventine and from its terrace the views of Rome is magnificent. Also the fathers who run the Church are very friendly and helpful.show original
Andrea MatteucciBeautifulshow original
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