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San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini, Rome

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  • We found a superb work. Not yet indicated in the literature describing the place. Newly installed and not finished installed in one of the chapels on the left. A massive sculpture, three or four meters in height. Two characters. A work probably from the 16th century. I don't know the name of the sculptor. But good idea to situation of the works that are choking in so many museums. The approach is so different and stronger emotion.
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  • It took two centuries to build this jewel of Baroque art. Imposing church and very bright. Famous burials within it. Funeral obsequies were held by Giulio andreotti.
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  • The Church San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini (St-Jean-Baptiste-des-Florentines) is a church in Rome, built on the initiative of Pope Jules II. It is located at the beginning of via Giulia. Among the architects who contributed to the creation and the redevelopment of the building, were Jacopo Sansovino, Antonio da Sangallo the young Michelangelo, Giacomo della Porta, Carlo Maderno, Pietro da Cortona and Borromini and Alessandro Galilei. It is in this church that are buried Horace Capponi, Carlo Maderno, and Borromini.
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