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My favorite work of art and sculpture. More moving to me than David or the Pieta, both great art.
Entry is free. A great rarity. Moses, appears to be ready to leap from his throne in anger because the people were not following God’s will....More
This church does not look impressive from the outside, but it contains Michelangelo's magnificent Moses sculpture, as well as the Chains of St. Peter. The church is only a five minute walk from the coliseum, so leave time to see it before or after your...More
Basilica is an unimpressive un-Renaissance like architecture. Don’t let the lack of this or baroque glamour fool you at all.
It is worth going in to just see the glaring and angry Moses with horns.
Don’t just take this Julius homage front on.
This is one of the ancient minor Basilicas in Rome. The exterior is not very impressive, but the interior is beautiful. The nave is flanked by pretty columns. The curved ceiling with eye-catching paintings is fantastic. Most important, do not miss the relics of the...More
This Basilica is off the beaten path but well worth the trip. Another beautiful church in Italy. Being away from most of the sites this location was not crowed at all. Here you can find the famous statue of Moses with horns. There are also...More
The tomb of Pope Julius done by Michaelangelo features his famous horned Moses. This is a must see and because the church is not a popular destination, you can visit this masterpiece without any crowds. The chains of St Peter are also the church's most...More
This is not a large church compared to others and it is not easily accessed by the long stairway from Via Cavour (your direct walking route from Termini Station), so try to drop off bags at your hotel first.