Worth the visit. All the bisilicas are so well decorated and you can spend hours looking at all the details.
If you visit Roma, do not miss this incredible site. There are many altars under one roof. My favorite is the last on the left done in 18K gold. When outside make sure to walk around to the back of the building where the most beautiful stairs lead up to the magical Basilica. This is a great place to snap... More
You don't need a particularly long time in here but it is a beautiful church with some amazing artwork. The ceiling is amazing. Definitely worth a visit as it's free to step inside.
This is another church that one could easily walk by without being impressed. Go inside and you will be amazed. It's like being in a smaller St. Peters. It's very beautiful.
Not a great deal to see. My son was very upset as he is studying history and didn't like the fact that all the roman statues had been removed. It's free to go in so why not
another surprising church in Rome!it was a huge basilica with numerous details and a beautiful wooden ceiling.it's one of the oldest churches in Rome,don't miss it.
This is a place that has always drawn me back several times when I am in Rome.There is of course St Peter's and many other impressive churches, but St Mary Major is special. The mosaics, side chapels, huge ancient columns and marble floor all blend and fit together in a way some others do not. The atmosphere is always serene... More
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