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Santa Maria Maggiore

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27 Via Liberiana, Rome, 00185


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Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore Roma Italia Rome Italy - Full Screen QTVR from panoramas.dk
The basilica is also known as Basilica Liberiana after the founder, Santa Maria ad Praesepem (because the relics of the Infant Jesus’ cradle are treasured there), Santa Maria Maggiore (because it excels among all Roman basilicas consecrated to the Blessed Virgin) and Santa Maria della Neve, Our...

Santa Maria Maggiore- Rome, Italy - VirtualTourist.com
There are a lot of churches in Rome and they are all beautiful. Once you see St. Peter's, it can be difficult to decide which others you really need to see. I *highly* recommend checking out Santa Maria Maggiore (in Esquiline, not far from Termini Station) and San Giovanni in Laterano (walking dista...

Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore - Rome - Reviews of Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore - TripAdvisor
Most people skip this wonderful church ..yes it is out of the way but it is as beautiful as St Peters but not as big with a lot less crowds!!! It was awesome and there is a supermarket a...

Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome, Italy : Reviews of Santa Maria Maggiore - Yahoo! Travel
Santa Maria Maggiore harmonises a great variety of architectural styles: the naves date from the 15th century, the bell-tower is medieval, the ceiling is from t...

Santa Maria Maggiore (St. Mary Major), Rome
Archaeological evidence, on the other hand, indicates that the church was probably first built in the early 400s and completed under Pope Sixtus III (432-440). This was a time when churches dedicated to Mary were beginning to spring up all over the empire, prompted by an increasingly popular devotio...

George Glazer Gallery - Porta Maggiore, Rome Architectural View
Perspective view architectural rendering of the Porta Maggiore, a major landmark in Rome, Italy. The gate consists of two arches that support three tiers of inscriptions that explain its provenance. Originally, the arches were part of an aqueduct that Emperor Claudius had built in 52 AD at the inter...

Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome - Reviews of Santa Maria Maggiore - IgoUgo
We spent some time just sitting in one of the pews, marvelling at the sumptuousness of the cathedral- and gaping at the ceiling till we got a crick in the neck- and then we set off on a circuit of the chapels. High windows near the ceiling let in light enough to illuminate the exquisite paintings an...

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