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Ss.Quattro Coronati, Rome

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  • The Church was erected in the fourth century, in 1084 leaving the apse was rebuilt with small imutata. Recent excavations have brought to light the entrance to an underground tunnel that links this fortified the Cathedral of St. John, an escape route for Popes. In the portico of the first courtyard-laid unwanted babies.
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  • The appearance of the Church is in terrible condition before that many car parking or were placed. One can see a black wall of chancel ceiling. However, juji-Shiki is the circular altar were built very dignified. Besides decorated with frescoes painted on the ceiling of the crowd, 4 fresco at the front at the bottom. Design of the marble floor charm was. Desk carved cross on the podium was placed, was extremely simple.
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  • The Oratory of San Silvestro at the Church of SS. Quattro Coronati is back visible after restoration for a short time. The Church is open to the public while the cloister and the chapel only surcharge (€ 2 per person the cloister and 1 € the oratory) always in the same place at the monastery of Augustinian nuns of seclusion is open only a few months last year and on some days the Gothic classroom. the complex is present as a small fortress on a Hill between the oppian and s. Giovanni in Laterano, is a little-known but little street from St. John traveled by car, there is also a small car park at the entrance of the monastery. All of medieval origin, very beautiful to look at especially the frescoes of the oratory with stories of St. Sylvester and Constantine, there is the premiere of the famous donation of Constantine on which the Church of Rome has based all his temporal power over the Roman Empire. To access it you have to ring directly to the sisters that will open the door to get into the small chapel very well preserved. There is an association that takes care of the openings and the maintenance of the structure. I leave you the email address where you can ask questions archeocontesti@gmail.com
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