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Domine Quo Vadis, Rome
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  • Who explored the ancient via Appia on foot, is a resting place for body and soul. If the Church of rich resource endowment and age hardly with other Roman churches can keep up, it's worth a visit. Here, Peter met Jesus, who left his footprints on the pavement. A copy of these prints is further outside on the via Appia at the eponymous catacombs in the Church, the original in the Church of St. Sebastian.
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  • I wanted to visit this place and feel a recall. The area is not crowded as the most famous Roman monuments. Indeed it is a church almost bare and anonymous but it was an exciting time. inside copies of two fingerprints as handed down from the religious culture represent the footsteps of Jesus. It is a place that gave me the thrill of silence and of Christianity without fanfare. For those who like inner meditation is a place not to be missed.
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  • This small church on the Appia Antica dates back to the 9th century AD, but was rebuilt in the 17th century with a façade renovated at the behest of Cardinal Francesco Barberini. Tradition has it that have been incurred at the place where Jesus appeared to Saint Peter fleeing Rome to avoid the persecution of Nero, and at the request of the Apostle, "Domine quo vadis?" (Lord, where are you going?) He replied, "to Rome, to charge me again crucify". Which would lead to the return of Peter retraced his steps and acceptance of martyrdom. The real name of the Church is Santa Maria in Palmis, which also referred to as "Palmis" at Christ's feet tracks according to medieval tradition are venerated on a stone here visible in a mold; the original is in the Basilica of San Sebastiano. But it's probably an ex-voto from a pagan sanctuary. Invite travelers to walk along large stretches of this beautiful street that although in the Centre of Rome, follow it you get the feeling of being in a place that is out of this world.
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  • It's ok. Stop if you're walking down to the catacombs; otherwise don't bother.
  • I stopped by on my way to 'Catacombe di San Callisto'. Footprint of Jesus was there (believe or not), not very impressive church.
  • Found it mentioned in the book, Map of bones by James Rolling
  • 当我们参观完地下墓穴的一段时间之后,我们碰巧遇见这个可爱的小教堂。这是一个经过漂亮的修整后的简朴小教堂。还看见了耶稣当时站着向圣彼得祷告时所留下的脚印,他打算回到罗马,之后就被再次钉在十字架上。
  • Is the place where Saint Peter question the Lord where he goes and he understands that he must return to Rome and suffer martyrdom. Beautiful church for its historical significance. The presence of the Roman road at either end frescoes by Pietro and Jesus in the middle of the marble with signs of Peter's feet.
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