Santo Stefano Rotondo, Rome
Categories: Ruins, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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Ho scoperto questa Chiesa dovendovi partecipare ad un matrimonio, e mi ha colpito molto la sua pianta rotonda. Purtroppo il passare del tempo ha lasciato segni evidenti sia alla struttura che alle ope... read more »I found this church Wherefore attend a wedding, and I was very impressed its round design. Unfortunately, the passage of time has left obvious signs is the structure that works within it, but hopefully at the end of the restoration in progress you can recover at least part of the ancient beauty. At the time, as it is, does not offer many attractions.show original
Von außen kaum als Kirche erkennbar; durch ihre runde Form setzt sie sich aber von den vielen Kirchen in Rom ab. Wir hatten Glück und konnten einer Gesangs Probe beiwohnen, die Akustik ist unvergessli... read more »From the outside a church visible; by their round shape is off but of the many churches in Rome. We were lucky and were able to attend a vocal sample, the acoustics are unforgettable... One of the few churches that remain necessarily with me in memory - visit!show original
Santo Stefano Rotondo è uno dei posti migliore da visitare a Roma. Uno degli aspetti che lo rendono tale è l'essere fuori dai flussi turistici di massa. Tuttavia, arrivarci non è così complicato e il ... read more »Santo Stefano Rotondo is one of the best places to visit in Rome. One of the aspects that make it such is being away from mass tourism. However, getting there is not that complicated and the place is not far from the Center. From there I would continue towards via di s. Paolo della Croce, until you get to the Basilica Santi Giovanni e Paolo, followed by a stop at the Park of villa Celimontana. P.s. If you see it set up for a wedding, makes you want to get married.show original
Nice church,very different from others I have seen,because of its round shape. The entrance is a bit hard to find. Once you found it proofed closed. So orientate yourself on beforehand.
Very interesting but also a scary place.
Antony musicalTo visit!show original
Paolo C.Very interesting as it is one of the few circular churches. All over the walls are frescoes of martyrdoms even gory. To visitshow original
Umberto d'AgnoneHungary's national church in Rome. It is a beautiful example of early Christian architecture with a unique plant that blends two models of buildings with a central plan, that of a Greek cross and the circular.show original
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