Visit Churches Filled with Jaw Dropping Art

20.03.2019 - 31.12.2020

Rome boasts breathtaking architecture and the Eternal City has many fabulous museums holding treasures in the form of art! But so do the beguiling churches and basilicas. If you’re a fan of Caravaggio, you’ll want to visit the Church of “San Luigi dei Francesi”. Inside this church there are three of the baroque artist’s pieces, including the “The Calling of St. Matthew” which is one of his most prominent paintings. Another impressive church called “Santa Maria della Vittoria” is a featured chapel from Dan Brown’s “Angels & Demons”. Baroque art fans have the chance to gaze at Bernini’s Cornaro Chapel, featuring the Ecstasy of St. Teresa statue. Many churches also have beautiful concerts with the aim of conserving melodic ancient music.

Tip: Read up on some of the churches before visiting. There is no cost for entering but always remember the dress policy for any church you enter while in Italy.

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Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy



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