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St. Vincent and Anastasius of Trevi Church

1 review of St. Vincent and Anastasius of Trevi Church


In the Trevi district

This church was mentioned in writings from the tenth century and a renovation after the Middle Ages gave it one of the most impressive Baroque Roman facades of the era. Its present appearance is due to a major renovation program and it's near Quirinale Palace, formerly the residence of popes and now presidential palace. Construction began during the reign of Paul V and ended with Urban VIII. The church is in the Trevi district, near the fountain of the same name (the most famous in Rome) and is therefore slightly passed over. The interior has a single nave with 3 chapels, the altar has a painting

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