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Battistero Lateranense, Rome
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  • Impressive place and particularly suitable for reflecting on the virtue of baptism. Really impressive circular structure and scenes from the life of Constantine on the inner walls. To live!
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  • This baptistery is said to be the mother of the many other octagonal baptismal chapels as one finds, inter alia, in Pisa, Florence, Parma and Ravenna. It is a nice building with recycled columns, which is said to come from the Caracalla terms.
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  • This small church, next to the Cathedral of San Juan de Letran, will surely leave you open-mouthed. It is a small, friendly place built by the Emperor Constantine, it continues to be impressive to know that you are in a place in which 15 centuries has been used to what was built.
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  • This baptistry was the first landmark I saw in Italy. Definitely a must-see
  • Inside this ancient baptistry, I was surprised that you can light electric candles and offer your prayers.
  • Very good place, but no explanation for tourist. Bring a guide !
  • Little gem tucked away from the far more impressive Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano; the baptistery and its adjacent church are built on previous places of worship. Very delicious and large transparent glass allow light passing through nearby buildings to illuminate suggestively. VERY NICE
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  • It is a baptistery that still remains from the Foundation of the Basilica and annex thereto, taking advantage of some Roman baths. Remodeled during the first years of the paleocristianismo to octagonal (number of Christianity), when the baptism was by immersion. Its interior is paleocristiano (eight-column structure) and Baroque (coatings and sculptures) and baptisms are celebrated in ordinary way.
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