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Domine Quo Vadis, Rome

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  • The Church, whose official name is Santa Maria in Palmis, dates back to the middle ages though it was rebuilt in 1637. It takes its name from the legend that Peter as he fled from Rome to save himself from the martyrdom of the persecutions triggered by Nero to Christians, has a vision of Jesus. At the meeting the Apostle addresses the Savior the famous phrase "Lord, where are you going?" and gets answered "I come to Rome to crucify again" and then Peter, understanding, back on his feet to face his fate. The Church is quite small with a simple façade is decorated with two pilasters, a small gable above the front door and a window that overcomes. It is a single nave and entering you remain impressed with its timeless atmosphere and the paved strip that runs across the floor where, in the Middle, is a stone that has marked the footprints left by Jesus ' feet in front of the Church. In fact it is a copy and the original, preserved in the Basilica of San Sebastiano fuori le mura is not that far, would be a votive offerings of a faithful. Images that are present, like frescoes on the walls, the most interesting is that set on the altar, the Madonna del Transito. The Interior has exposed a bronze bust of the writer Henryk Sienkiewicz, author of the famous novel Quo vadis? There is a unique version which gives the origin of the name in Palmis.
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  • The Church is built on the site where (episode recounted in the acts of Peter) the Apostle Peter, fleeing Rome to escape the persecutions of Nero, would meet Jesus in a vision. Peter asked Jesus the question "Domine, quo vadis?" and the answer of Jesus "I come to Rome to get me crucified again", Peter realizes that he must go back to face martyrdom.
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  • Really wanted to visit this church, but couldn't find open hours online and arrived when it was closed. very disappointing. Quo Vadis is one of my fav books 
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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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