Roma Capitale
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Typology: Church closed for worship


Address: Piazza del Collegio Romano, 5
Zone: Rione Pigna (Torre Argentina) (Roma centro)
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It was built in 1546 due to the will of Sant’Ignazio da Loyola. In 1668 the church and all the other buildings were renewedby Giovanni Antonio De Rossi and, in 1671, by Carlo Fontana, who also restyledthe interior. In 1872 it became state property and the complex was destined forother purposes. The facade of the church has two partscompleted by a gable that bears some fresco remains. The interior has an apse nave with side chapelsand a vaulted ceiling decorated by Baciccia.
Connections: Bus 40 - 64 - 87 - 492 Tram 8
Notes: at the moment the church is a venue for exhibitions and cultural events

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Culture and leisure › Cultural institutions › Academies and institutes
Last checked: 2017-11-20 15:26