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San Pietro alla Carita, Tivoli

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  • I have begun to learn that sometimes the old buildings and churches that are the least ornate outside are a particular treat inside. This is one of those. For me, when a Catholic church gets too... 
    I have begun to learn that sometimes the old buildings and churches that are the least ornate outside are a particular treat inside. This is one of those. For me, when a Catholic church gets too...  more »
  • Damaged by bombing in 1944 this church was restored in 1951. It was originally built by Pope Simplicio on the ruins of an ancient villa in Romanesque style...the facade has three portals at the... 
    Damaged by bombing in 1944 this church was restored in 1951. It was originally built by Pope Simplicio on the ruins of an ancient villa in Romanesque style...the facade has three portals at the...  more »
  • Chiesa San Pietro alla Carita is beautiful in its simplicity. Built by Tivoli born, Pope Simplicius in the 5th century, it is constructed over the ruins of a Roman villa. It was rebuilt in the 12th....  more
    Chiesa San Pietro alla Carita is beautiful in its simplicity. Built by Tivoli born, Pope Simplicius in the 5th century, it is constructed over the ruins of a Roman villa. It was rebuilt in the 12th....  more »
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  • Bellissima. Very quiet. Worth a visit.
  • Ok
  • Despite the excruciating copy and paste of the other reviews, what you will find in this beautiful church is the result of the consistent recovery due to the restoration of the 1950s after the heavy bombing suffered. The façade, with the bell tower, next to the old entrance to Villa d'Este gives back one of the most beautiful squares in the village. The three naves retain part of the medieval structure and some hints of frescoes but the management of the Romanian Orthodox community has changed their iconography with the affixing of numerous effigies of saints in neo-Byzantine style. Activate the collection of aid for the foreign community. Look at the photos and videos that I have posted and the other reviews on Tivoli and Rome and its wonders that I have done and if I have been useful click on useful.
  • Romanian Orthodox Parish Saints Joachim and Anna
  • It has all the mysticism and charm of the ancient Romanesque churches. The priest, of the Orthodox rite, involves in his hieratic fervor. Splendid Cosmatesque floor, it deserves some attention.

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