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Santa Pudenziana, Rome
(4.4/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • In the course of a trip to Rome I was tipped off to this church. Is away and is easy to overlook. Beautiful dome paintings and beautiful high altar. Was very empty and not overrun by tourists.
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  • Rome is to be discovered even for churches like this one, far from the Baroque magnificence and more human scale, while retaining absolute masterpieces, like the extraordinary mosaic in the apse of the early 5th century. Visit along with the nearby wonder of Santa Prassede.
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  • Wow, how many beautiful words here said about St. Pudenciane-"Saint who never lived" (so called article in the newspaper La Repubblica). Unique Temple, the oldest, really, is to place the House Pudenta (or Pounds), who, along with daughter Prassede professed Christianity in those difficult times and hidden and buried the bodies of martyrs for the faith. Only one daughter. Ancient historians found the inscription "Ecclesia Pudenciana" which means Pudentova Church, saw wrong. And the second daughter-Pood Pudenziana. The Catholic Church of the holy name was recognized by the error was removed from the Roman calendar of Saints in 1969 year. Rename Church.
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  • We visited this beautiful church after being to S Maria Maggiore. After being there it was lovely to find this quiet and peaceful church, one of the oldest in Rome. It is lower that street level and built from part of a Roman bath. The mosaics are charming nd have a real liveliness to them. A stunning church to go to and the nun at the door was very helpful. Don't miss it!
  • Read the history on this church, visit a place where very few tourists ever go, then walk Via Urbana for more hidden gems
  • Worth a visit when seeing St Mary Major.
  • Feels so ancient.
  • Incredible place...
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