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Domine Quo Vadis, Rome

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  • Small church in via Appia Antica. Externally it looks bad though if you find it open, in fact in recent years often found it closed, it's worth a look. The present Church, small and poorly painted, was rebuilt in 600 on an existing of the ninth century AD and is quite popular as it seems (underlined) that in this place in the first century after Christ Peter fleeing from Rome, the persecutions of Emperor Nero, he met Jesus and would ask < domine="" quo="" vadis?=""> </>> namely Lord where are you going? and the Lord would answer <Eo romam="" iterum="" crucifigi="">> namely come to Rome to get me to crucify again. Whereupon Peter heads that was supposed to go back instead of fleeing to martyrdom. This story is told in the acts of the Apostles. In fact within the church there are small footprints that are supposed to be those of Jesus although historians say that actually should belong to an unknown traveler who'd left as votive offerings to the God Redicolo, to make sure his benevolence on the return trip. In fact Redicolo indigitazione (from redeo) is related to a deity who protects the back home. Historians tell us that the place sacred to him was located on the Appia in two miles from porta Capena in the area where today, of course, there are the Church of Domine quo vadis? "and the so-called Temple of that God Redicolo which belongs to a complex of buildings that Herodes Atticus had to raise in honor of deceased wife Annia Regilla. Anyway if you find yourselves in the area a visit fatecela although in Rome is very much better.</Eo>
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  • Little church on the Appia Antica. The Interior has been completely renovated and it didn't look so impressive, in fact it got a little bare and far from the frescoed churches superbly located for Rome. Continuous noise of cars whizzing by on the street.
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  • Domine Quo Vadis site is a holy site for Christians, and a memorable site even for non-Christians. According to the Apocryphal Acts of Peter, Peter was fleeing from Rome along Via Appia Antica (Ancien...  more »
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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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