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Santa Maria in Monterone, Rome

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  • Faced with Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and from drinking in Café santelstachyo delicious Granita will walk all the way to the South side of the Church of Santa Maria in monterone. It is quite elaborate and toured into the Temple so that the door was open, but unlike the façade a simple impression, onmiddle time formula inside the floor-to-wall and ceiling in a pattern filled Interior. On the altar, and that were used are antiquated in the ionic columns between the nave and the aisles have especially caught the eye was the beauty of the face of the Virgin in the painting of the Madonna and child painted Batten in the 18th century that grace-filled. Renovated several times like a church dating back to the 12th century, it is completely rebuilt in the 17th century. Is the street in front of the Church as monterone, but monterone House of Siena and relationship there seems to be, but I don't know if for sure.
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  • The church next to the building originated as a hospice for the Sienese passing through Rome, mark a stylistic contrast between the slender building's elegant Rococo and linear façade with two orders divided by pilasters of the Baroque church. However, the temple would be built in the 12th century on the ruins of a pagan temple of good event "which other two sides rising up a bit of edge bias with respect to the axis of the square. The tallest building is the building which today houses the convent, which survives in foggia restored by Giuseppe Sardi. Its façade, albeit small, is richly decorated with a portal with double frame on the ground floor surmounted by an oval window; the main floor is a window decorated with Festoon and shell, on the second floor a small oval window decorated with a shell and to top off a cornice on shelves. Surely you will be passed within a few meters from here, at largo Argentina, a small deviation can introduce you to another corner of Rome, guardian of beauties and harmonies that settle thousands of years of history.
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  • Is after Largo Argentina in a side street on the right, a church which is not familiar with medieval origins, perhaps built in a place where there was probably a pagan temple, you notice that the building is oblique than the road. Simple façade of 1700, three naves with eight columns each of different material, proof of using old material recovery. The Church was held by the fathers rogazionisti and there is the brotherhood of the souls in purgatory, still active today. If you go around here give it a look.
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  • Small church on structure of about 1100, originally Roman temple. On the left next to the apside chapel dedicated to St. Alfonso de Liguori (mid 1800). At the entrance to the left bust of a woman representing the family that made her erect.
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  • Small church nestled among the palaces in the area between the go Arenula and S. Eustachio Square. The current aspect is seventeenth-century but the columns of Ionic order are bare, that is recovered from Roman buildings and then reused. The façade is simple, the inner tripartite (three aisled). In the middle of the floor were placed marble slabs pertinent fifteenth-century burials
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  • Beautiful church
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  • Beautiful church
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  • Rebuilt in 1682, this Church offers an overview on the main altar representing the Madonna between St. Peter Nolasco and s. Pietro Pascasio, attributed to Pompeo Batoni.
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