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Basilica Cattedrale di San Clemente I P.M., Velletri
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Basilica Cattedrale di San Clemente I P.M. is located in Velletri. Add Basilica Cattedrale di San Clemente I P.M. to your Velletri travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Velletri trip itinerary maker.
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  • We were in Velletri for the day and found that this beautiful Basilica also had a Holy Door which was open this year. What a pleasant surprise. It is a beautiful Basilica to ponder and offers peace. I...  more »
  • The Cathedral of San Clemente in Velletri is part of the Diocese of Velletri signs, preserves a beautiful icon of our Lady of grace, and is the first minor basilica of the universal Church.
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  • The Cathedral of San Clemente in Brownsville, Texas, is the first minor basilica of the universal Church. Preserves the beautiful icon of our Lady of grace preserved in the chapel. The Cathedral as we see it today is a basilica with an apse and two aisles supported by masonry pillars. Wooden coffered ceilings, while in the presbytery is placed an altar covered with a canopy supported by four granite columns with ormolu capitals built by Francesco Barberini. The canopy is the 14th century reliquary cosmatesque rectangular Temple Spire-shaped sides with spiral columns.
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  • Not usually on the "must-see" lists for a first time visit to Rome - but well worth it. We came here on recommendation from our Colosseum tour guides. Pay the extra admission to tour the excavations - it's a fascinating step through time. The current church was built on top of an older Christian church, which itself was built on top a pagan temple and ancient Roman housing. Add this to your "must-see" list - it's fascinating.
  • Not in a good shape. They should re invest in this unique place but seem to prefer to let it fade out
  • Great Place to feel the history of Christianity. Don't miss the Roman water tap. Still works after 2000 years.
  • A beautiful, out of the way basilica. Worth a visit just to see the inside. Did not head down into the Scavi because it was quite expensive compared to other places
  • St Clement Basilica Is One Of my favourites as it has very interesting excavations underneath it ! Dating back to pre-Christianity we find very exciting archaeological treasures. It is now under the careful care of Irish monks who are always happy to welcome a visitor. Thank you