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We are staying in Rome for a number of weeks and so have the opportunity to go beyond the nornmal big sites. Visiting the Chiesa at 5:30pm was very interesting. Yes - its very Catholic. Blingy but worth staying for. One mention is that we...More
We came to Rome with very little knowledge. We knew of the main attractions such as the Colosseum and St Angelo's but not really anything else. We were out walking, seeing what we would stumble across and we came across this gem!
A truly stunning...More
Venturing out once more on my own, I found my way to Chiesa del Gesú, a16th Century Baroque Jesuit church that demonstrated how the Counter-Reformation used art to get across the anti-Protestant message. Figures on the ceiling of the nave spilled out of their gilded...More
A truly baroque gem! Be sure to be there at 5.30 pm when a baroque mechanism lowers a painting to expose the magnificent statue of Saint Ignatius...it is a magical moment accompanied by beautiful music and an interesting narration....so solemn
This one was just amazing, after visiting a lot, and i mean a lot of different churches, cathedrals and duomos throughout Italy i was expecting to see one of the same, i was so happily surprised to see something different. The modern 3D ceiling painting...More
This is a truly beautiful church with altars that are simply spectacular. It is closed for several hours in the afternoon so time your visit. There is a kind of sound and light show at 5.30pm at the altar of Saint Ignatius which, although in...More
This was an unplanned stop on a school tour, but I'm so glad we visited. The intricate art is stunning and you would never know it from the outside! Highly recommend and it is also free and not at all crowded!
The only question that irriated me afyer visiting this gorgous ,heavenly and the unbelievable church is,why is not on the top attractions in Rome.?
amazing frescos wonder pieces of art of Guille .bethtaking interiors that will haunt you for so long with an aching neck.ill...More
From the outside one would not think much of the interior of Chiesa Del Gesu. Inside it was awe inspiring!
The ceiling artwork along the entire football field long of church was jaw dropping. The artwork was so large that the church placed a concave...More
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a five-minute walk of each other, the Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighborhood museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa
drivers, street vendors, merchants, and locals. There is no rhyme or reason to its winding streets and there's something to see around every corner, so take pleasure in a spontaneous wander.
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No. (almost) all churches are free :-) However, there will be people sitting on the steps begging for money as you walk in. They have no affiliation with the church at all, they just assume people think they are donating to... More
No. (almost) all churches are free :-) However, there will be people sitting on the steps begging for money as you walk in. They have no affiliation with the church at all, they just assume people think they are donating to the church (which is not true).