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Typology: Buildings, Place of historical interest

Address

Address: Via dei Santi Quattro, 20
Zone: Rione Celio (Terme di Caracalla) (Roma centro)
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Contacts

Telephone: +39 335 495248 (da lunedì a venerdì ore 9.00-13.00 / 14.00-17.00)

Opening times

Opening times 2017
- September 19 and 20 
- October 17 and 18 
- November 14 and 15

Booking is required for all visitors. To book your guided tour, please e-mail us at: archeocontesti@gmail.com
please note, no e-mail received before specified time can be taken into consideration

 

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Guided tour in English and French, only on request (minimum 8 people)
For further information: archeocostesti@gmail.com
Reservation and information: www.aulagoticasantiquattrocoronati.it

Information

Cost: € 10,00

The first time-slot is free (no guided tour); offering well-accepted

Group with more than 9 people: prepayment via bank transfer

No disabled access

Modalità di partecipazione: Booking required

Description

The Gothic Hall is located on the first floor of the Main Tower. It was the most prestigious room in the cardinal's palace built by Stefano Conti. This place hosted feasts and receptions and was used as a court of law.
A glorious example of Gothic-style architecture, quite exceptional in the city of Rome, the Gothic Hall features an extraordinary cycle of paintings - a thirteen-century masterpiece - on its walls. The lively polychrome frescoes are a testament to a prolific time for Rome's painting, with the Byzantine tradition blending in with a refined revival of ancient classics and the new Gothic culture. Discovered in 1995, these beautiful decorations had been hiding for centuries under successive layers of color. Only through long restoration work by Italy's Superintendence for archaeological heritage was it possible to bring them back to the surface.

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Culture and leisure › Historic places of worship › Catholic Churches
Last checked: 2017-04-03 10:50