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Wedding Church Rome - Medieval Church in Trastevere

This gorgeous Wedding Church in Rome stands in the pedestrian area of Trastevere, a central area retaining a Medieval atmosphere: homes bedecked with flower boxes and clinging ivy, coffee bars, restaurants and one-of-a-kind boutiques.

The Church was built in 5th century and tradition holds that it incorporated the house of a St. Cecilia, an early martyr killed in AD 230.

The church considerably changed down through the centuries and now it boasts some jewels of past periods.

The façade built in 1725 includes a courtyard decorated with ancient mosaics, columns and a water vessel.

Inside the Gothic ciborium executed in 1293 and surrounded by marble columns decorated with statues of angels, saints and prophets. The apse has remains of 9th century mosaics and there are two altarpieces by Guido Reni of 1603. The monks' choir holds the famous fresco with the Last Judgement by Pietro Cavallini, the greatest Roman painter of the late 13th century. It is also possible to descend under the Church and visit the ruins of some Roman houses.

This is considered one of the most suggestive Churches in Rome

in the pedestrian area of Trastevere, the medieval heart of Rome.
Precious masterpieces and suggestive history.
Catholic weddings.
How many:
80 seated. Up to 200 standing.
only sacred and classical musics.
all year round.


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