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This church is roughly halfway between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.
This church is roughly halfway between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. It is most notable for a side chapel which contains three Caravaggio masterworks: 'The Calling of St. Matthew', 'St. Matthew and the Angel' and 'Martyrdom of St. Matthew'.
Via di Santa Giovanna D'Arco, 5, 00186 Roma, Italy
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This palace of the 16th cent was erected by the famous Medici family
This little church is hard to find but well worth the extra effort although it is often closed when you get there
This building housed the University of Rome since the middle of the 15th century until 1935
It is reputed to be on the spot where St
A 19th century addition to the Piazza Navona, made to balance the Fontana del Moro
Originally built in 27 BCE, by Emperor Hadrian, the Pantheon was a temple to all gods of the Roman state, but has served as a Christian church since the 7th century
The Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome, built on the site of the ancient Stadium of Domitian
The church was built by order of Pope Sixtus VI della Rovere