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San Giovanni a Porta Latina, Rome

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  • The porta Latina with the adjacent church of San Giovanni in Oleo best preserved one of the gates of the Aurelian walls. Erected for defensive reasons, is flanked by two semicircular towers no Windows but with slits for the archers. Impressive.
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  • 12-century small church is situated on the outskirts of Rome, next to the city gate, where the name of the temple. Open very rarely. For several years I couldn't get into this church. Only open on Sundays. Most valuable in this church is the cycle of frescoes of the beginning of 13 century biblical themes. The frescoes placed on the wall of the main nave under the ceiling. Murals are not very well preserved. But this is a very rare frescoes. Because painting 13 century barely survived
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  • It was the last day in Rome and this Basilica was near the place where we were standing. We went because of the proximity and on the recommendation of the receptionists of the hotel. When we arrived, after a while because we find cost, we get a pleasant surprise. It is one of the basilicas more ancient of the city, the garden, the Bell Tower, all very well preserved. It's worth the pena visitarloQ
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  • A little gem for inside the walls of the porta latina. In front of the entrance there is a small but well kept garden. The Interior is simpler than the better known but very delicate. Definitely worth seeing, indeed to discover.
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  • A church by the clear character, with its Romanesque Bell Tower, its entrance porch, and the beautiful remains of frescoes of the thirteenth century that show them on the walls of the nave and the apse arch. In short, a church that can be sketchy but that it is not, considering the beautiful area in which it is located.
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  • Hello, this is great because it reminds me so much of "Roman holiday" a Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn are magnificent, passed only sixty-two years, however, the "eternal city" ROME.
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  • I got married in this Basilica Saturday, June 14, the florist did a sublime job for the decoration and the Church stressed even more its beauty. Fortunately we had our priest to celebrate the function, I say "lucky" because the clerk behaved in an undignified way. To start as soon as I arrived, while I was trying to say goodbye to family and friends, he told me I had to get within 10 minutes ... and already there made me more nervous than I was already. Then the "master" began playing at 16 o'clock and the bride had just arrived at the threshold of the gate, not even to the threshold of the door, always the master had occurred without dentures and fully frumpy ruining a perfect image of the Church. To continue with the behavior of the sacristan, when signing up, climbed on the altar at the microphone and invited all to come out, my father-in-law is due to run to recall all at least for the final blessing. Just out there to go away because exhorted was coming after the bride. At the time we booked and even when demanded the rest of the money, we were told that we could take pictures with their parents and witnesses in the gardens of the Basilica ... of course, this was not possible. My judgment is negative only against the "staff" of the Church and is a shame to ruin a frame so beautiful people really ignorant!
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  • Qui mi sono sposata!!!