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Chiesa Nuova – Santa Maria In Vallicella Tips (6)

Piazza Chiesa Nuova

The 'new' church was built in 1575 by Filippo Neri and include a work by Rubens. It's official name is Santa Maria in Vallicella. This church built in 1561 sits on the site of an older church dating...
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Santa Maria in Vallicella - Chiesa Nuova

Yallicella is reference to a depression which excisted at the time of Ancient Rome. The depression was still noticeable in the 12th century when the church was built and it was almost buried in the...
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Sep 13, 2011

Chiesa Nuova

What was meant to be church that would epitomize simplicity as envisioned by the founder of the order known as Congregation of the Oratory - the friar San Filippo Neri - ended up richly decorated in...
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Dec 12, 2009

Chiesa Nuova

Built in the 16th century for San Filippo Neri, a reformist saint, Chiesa Nuova replaced the mediaeval church of Santa Maria in Vallichella. The new Baroque church was immediately called Chiesa Nuova,...
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Jul 06, 2009

Chiesa Nuova

Begun in 1575 by Matteo da Città di Castello and continued by Martino Longhi the Elder, it was consecrated in 1599. Pietro da Cortona frescoed the nave, dome and apse. There are also three paintings...
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Mar 19, 2005

St. Philip's Chiesa Nuova rose...

St. Philip's Chiesa Nuova rose on the site of an earlier church called Santa Maria in Vallicella, founded by St. Gregory the Great in the 6th century (his statue and inscription still decorate the...
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Via dei Coronari

One of my favourite streets in Rome, via dei Coronari runs straight from just north of Piazza Navona to just south of Ponte Sant'Angelo. It was created in 1475 AD by Pope Sisto IV to provide pilgrims...
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Pasquino Statue

What the barbarians did not do, the Barberini did. ~message left on Pasquino, one of the talking statues of Rome Just around the corner from the Piazza Navona is the small Piazza di Pasquino, home...
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Fountains at Piazza Navona

One of Piazza Navona's highlights must be its fountains. The central fountain is Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi and the other fountains are Fontana del Moro and Fontana del Nettuno. Fontana dei Quattro...
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Piazza Navona

this will be the picture of the obelisk in the fountain of the four rivers statue. If you watched the Movie Angels and Demons in 2009, this was the fountain where Cardinal and the would be Pope...
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Fountain of the Four Rivers - Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi

If you watched the Movie Angels and Demons in 2009, this was the fountain where Cardinal and the would be Pope Baggia was thrown by the Assasin as the fourth altar of Illumination of which Robert...
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Museo Napoleonico

Napoleon had special plans for Rome: he called his son Napoleon II, King of Rome in 1811. His brother Lucien moved to Rome in 1804, starting a family line than lasted through to 1927. Another member...
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