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Chiesa di Santa Susanna alle Terme di Diocleziano, Rome
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重厚で、威厳のある建物です。ここも外観だけで通り過ぎました。テルミニ駅から共和国広場、そして、ここ一帯と徒歩でスムーズに短時間に移動できます。大通りに面した一角にありますが、サンベルナルド広場やモーゼの噴水、ヴィットリア教会と、見どころ満載です。古代ローマ帝国だっただけあり、遺跡や教会など見学場所が目白押しです。It is a stately, dignified building. Was passed only in appearance. From Termini train station in Piazza della Repubblica, and here all around and walk can move smoothly in the short period of time. There in the corner facing the main street is Piazza San Bernardo, Moses fountain, Vittoria, and attractions. There only was the ancient Roman Empire, ruins, Church Hall is packed.show original
2016年8月に訪問しました。 サン・ベルナルト広場に面して建つサンタ・スザンナ教会です。 18時少し前に行きましたが、残念ながら中には入れなかったので外観だけ写真に納めました。共和国広場から徒歩4～5分で行けます。I visited 8/2016. This is the Church of Santa Susanna is located on Piazza San Bernard of Świdnica. 18:00 so I went to a little while ago, but unfortunately could not get in appearance only graduated a photo. From the Republic square foot 4-can be reached in 5 minutes.show original
Vicino alla stazione Termini ed alle Terme omonime, la Chiesa è dedicata alla martire Susanna, che rifiutò come sposo il figlio adottivo di Diocleziano, Massimiliano Galerio, essendosi votata alla ver... read more »Close to Termini station and to the Spa of the same name, the Church is dedicated to the martyr Susanna, who declined as groom the adopted son of Diocletian, Massimiliano Galerius, having voted to virginity; Diocletian forced her to worship Jupiter but saw yet another rejection was condemned the 11 August 294 to be beheaded, in front of his house. After his death, his uncle Gaius, become Meanwhile Pope ordered that Susanna was venerated within his home; When Constantine allowed the worship of Christianity, the Church was "officially". The first church, taken from the homes of Gabinius and Caio, father and uncle of the martyr (ad duas domos), archaeological remains hidden. The present is the result of a series of interventions and renovations occurring throughout the centuries until the present form. The façade is of Maderno, who designed the façade also contributed to the longitudinal nave of the basilica of Saint Peter (in the time of Pope Sixtus V City Planner). The façade of this Church offers a preview of all the architectural elements that were then identified the "Baroque" style. The Interior is completely painted and, despite not being the work of famous artists, the effect and the beauty of the decorations are remarkable: the frescoes of the nave, with scenes from the life of Susanna, by Baldassare Croce. Easily accessible and close to many other remarkable places Romans, is worth a visit. Shame about the dungeons, where is problematic to visit what remains of "duas domus" and therefore of the early Church.show original
Amazing Architecture. Run by the Pulists, very open and friendly. Being an English speaking Church in Rome it is very popular for Americans.
Martha MituVery beautiful churchshow original
Luli AndrejerakWe arrived by chance, exploring Rome, walked on either side. It is a beautiful church, it is worth seeing it. The Church is of 1600 (approx) and is the work of Carlo Maderna.show original
Fabrizio VidmarVery niceshow original
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