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Basilica Cattedrale di San Clemente I P.M., Velletri
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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... read more »
La cattedrale di San Clemente a Velletri è parte della diocesi di Velletri Segni, conserva una bellissima icona della Madonna delle Grazie, ed è la prma basilica minore della chiesa universale.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.show original
La cattedrale di San Clemente in Velletri, è la prima basilica minore della Chiesa universale. Conserva la bella icona della Madonna delle Grazie conservata nell'omonima cappella. La Cattedrale come l... read more »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.show original
A rare gem in Rome that most of the tourists miss out! Just 2 blocks from the Colosseum, this church is a time capsule of 3 layers of history, the 12th C church, the 4th C Byzantine church, and the 1st C Roman temple are all on the same spot , one buried beneath another! The exquisite and exclusive Porphery marble mosaics from the Byzantine Roman imperial designs adorn the main church, that is on the first level. For only about 5 euro, you see and touch 2000 yrs of history! The Mithras temple at the lowest level, with the Roman house and the sound of an ancient spring flowing behind it is Just amazing!
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
This should be on everyone's list when visiting Rome. We arrived right before close and unfortunately were not able to do a tour and ear more about the history of this very old church. It dates back to the 60s A.D. during the reign of Nero. No pictures allowed inside.
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
I visited the church a few years ago and I was impressed by the history of this place: medieval church on top of remains of 4th century basilica on top of remains of Roman villa. I foolishly drank water from the spring from the basement of the building :).
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