Chiesa Parr. S. Salvatore In Lauro, Rome

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  • In a day of churches and hot (38 degrees), as we had this church so before you arrive we checked the internet time given that unfortunately some of these close in lunch time ... ensured the opening for 15, after lunch we headed to church ... arrived hours 15.10 was closed. to avoid misunderstandings we try the phone number to inform us of the reasons for the non-opening and in response, we are told by phone and maleducamente that the Church at 16 of August could not open so soon but only after 16 ... so hearing we decided to wait more than an hour under the burning bodies of only 16 August. I think that no church should close ... first because it is a building of religious entity where you can pray at any time of the day and then because the story does not have opening and closing times. I put two points only because within it deserves.
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  • the building was reconstructed in 1594 but only completed in 1734. The façade was added only after 1850 in neoclassical style in two orders. the portal bears the coat of arms of Pope Pius IX who allegedly financed the work. over there is a bas-relief dedicated to our Lady of Loreto. the Church has a single nave and a Latin cross; on the sides there are six chapels with various works. It is a church to see
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  • next to a thicket of Laurel-good luck. The present building was designed by Domenico Paganelli and Matte who began rebuilding in 1594 but was not completed until 1734 sixty years after the purchase by the Archconfraternity of Piceno. The current façade was added after the first half of the 19th century designed by Camillo Guglielmetti and is in neoclassical style with two orders. The lower one goes on the portal the coat of arms of Pope Pius IX who financed the work while on the upper floor are dedicated to our Lady of Loreto besides a bas-relief depicting the miraculous transportation of the House. The Interior has a Latin cross nave, is the masterpiece of the matte and P, but only the latter has the idea of applying the Palladian motifs with the inclusion of twenty columns jutting out inside. This solution (accompanied by robust entablature) was prompted by the need to support the weight of the double floor: on the top floor, above the ceiling of the Church, was made simultaneously with a large library. Six side chapels, to remember among the works the Addolorata di Giuseppe Ghezzi, the Virgin appearing to St Charles Borromeo de l'orbetto, the Nativity of Jesus by Pietro da Cortona. Next to the church you can admire one of the most beautiful Renaissance cloisters built around the 15th century, as well as museums, a former refectory and a closed Garden: they are part of the monumental complex of San Salvatore in Lauro, and then referring to the Pio Sodalizio dei Piceni.
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  • More impressive from the exterior (architecturally) than on the interior; however, there are a handful of nice works of art.
  • The inside of this church is visually warm and beautiful, proportioned. The decorations are quite great, especially the super-realistic figures in the right side of the entrance (the bald man could even scare you!)
  • Beautiful Basilica on the stretch that connects the Vatican, Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza Navona, at the side of Via dei Coronari. Note to preserve the relics of Padre Pio. On the side towards Via dei Coronari one of license plates of Rome, marble plaques on which was engraved in memory of the people or the flooding of the Tiber or edicts of the papal government.
  • Sooo many churches in rome. This one is not super fancy but still worth a visit if you are around the area!
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