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San Lorenzo in Lucina, Rome

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  • A little dark and heavy, but still very beautiful church. Beautiful arches with magnificent wall paintings. The Church was built in the fourth century and has been modified and restored through the ages. In one of the side chapels are a baptismal chapel from the eighteenth century which is the work of Giuseppe Sardi, and Fonseca chapel was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the chapel also has some nice busts by Bernini.
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  • A real Roman lounge. The portfolio will be reduced significantly, but an aperitif in this beautiful piazza romana is a unique experience
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  • Nice Church both inside and outside. Before going back inside, admire the beautiful campanile dating from the 12th century. Inside, very fine paintings to see...
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  • I've always loved this piazza because of the colours of the walls of the buildings. I
  • The entrance is actually opposite to LV. Dun go into the alley at puma, turn left at next alley. Very nice quiet small church
  • Great structure
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  • Among the many works to see inside there is Guido Reni's crucifix above the high altar. Beautiful also the coffered wooden roof. Here are the chains of San Lorenzo and the gridiron where he was martyred. In this church, in 1726, was christened the painter Alessandro Vasta, born in Rome who worked often in Sicily where many of his works are visible in various churches of Acireale.
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