Baroque and Renaissance in Rome

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The rainy day in Rome does not promise a pleasant stroll BUT…
Baroque and Renaissance in Rome

… the weather conditions change quickly and you can definitely lose yourself in the romantic Rome and head to the Imperial Forum.

Baroque and Renaissance in Rome

A long walk through monumental squares built between 46 BC and 113 d.C. They are considered the center of political activity in ancient Rome.


Before arriving at the destination, however, I recommend a stop at the Chiesa del Gesù, an important example of mixing art between Baroque and Renaissance.

Baroque and Renaissance in Rome-Chiesa del Gesù

Baroque and Renaissance in Rome
Baroque and Renaissance in Rome

The Church has a single dominant t- nave that focuses the attention on the altar and the vault ceiling is beautifully painted with an unusual three-dimensional effect.

Baroque and Renaissance in Rome

    Piazza del Gesu,| Via degli Astalli 16 – Roma 

    Open from 07.00 – 13.00, 16.00 – 19.45
    Visiting hours recommended: 16.30 – 19.00

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4 thoughts on “Baroque and Renaissance in Rome

  1. Love. Love. Love. Gorgeous shots!! The photograph of the reflection is especially spectacular!! Very dreamy. I’ve been missing my daily doses of Rome!! Theadora

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