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#67 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Layers and layers of history exist in this structure, from the use of old Roman columns in the central nave, to important works by Renaissance artists decorated the tombs and side chapels.
The internal is wonderful, with a superbly ceiling, there’s a large central nave an two small lateral naves divide by Roman columns, all different.
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#118 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Only one side of the temple with its huge columns and detailed carvings remain, but absolutely worth a visit when you see the Roman Forum.
Even though only eight columns remain from the oldest temple in the Roman Fora, it still dominates its surroundings.
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#212 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
The light show allows you to see the original effect of the frescoes and explains some if the detail.
#238 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
The church is dedicated to Saint Mark the Evangelist and was built in 336 by Pope Mark and rebuilt in 833 by Pope Gregory IV.
Stunning mosaics and a.wonderful carved ceiling make this basilica a must see.
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#282 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
As the Temple of Antonio and Faustina , it was incorporated in a church, in this case the church is the Basilica of Sancti Cosma and Damiano.
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#333 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
I’m glad we viewed while there because it set this temple apart from the others we saw while in the Roman Forum.
#336 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Walking up the steps you first enter a large courtyard with various frescoes and marble tombs.
#679 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
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