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Basilica Cattedrale di San Clemente I P.M., Velletri

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  • Rich in history, built over a Roman temple dedicated to Mars, it also hosted a conclave. Velletri has always been linked, albeit for much was free municipality, to the Papacy, expresses the highest glory with this Cathedral. Don't miss a visit to the crypt under the altar, the Diocesan Museum.
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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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  • 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