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The church is not particularly impressive from the outside, but the interior is interesting. The ceiling is very beautiful.
It contains the original “Footprints” of Jesus from the Church of Domine Quo Vadis.
We visited the Basilica of San Sebastiano while in Rome. The church stands over an entrance to one of the older catacombs in Rome. Originally Sebastian (a Christian martyr executed by Diocletian) was laid to rest in the catacombs. Today his remains are inside the...More
While taking a walk along the Appian Way, we stopped into this church and found some wonderful sculptures and frescoes. The catacombs weren't open (it was a Sunday - the day much of the Appia Antica is closed to traffic) but the church was worth...More
This Basilica is in the same area as the catacombs of St Sebastian. It's not much from the outside but is attractive inside and houses some relics associated with St Sebastian, including an arrow he was allegedly shot with and part of the column he...More
I got married in this Basilica, and come back every year. Beautiful inside and outside.
Overwhelming with artifacts and religious items.
The catacombs are really impressive.
The only glitch i can find is that it lacks a bit more of touristic flavor ( curio shop...More