Rome is the richest city in the world of Churches and places of worship.
You will not see them all, and anyway, the richer ones for art masterpieces and history, are the most popular!
A stone’s throw from the Pantheon, the Church of St. Ignazio di Loyola, is worth avisit.
The frescoes and the fake dome (to see).
And, once you enter, on the right welcomes you the plastic wood of the Temple of Christus Rex.
Around this huge Temple dedicated to Christus Rex, were placed several Temples of various ethnic and religious professions, symbolizing the mystical union of peoples throughout the world.
A work that is worth seeing!
And when you leave, stop and admire the opposite building: it looks like the wings of a theater, like a stage set by the buildings… fascinating!
Chiesa di Sant’Ignazio di Loyola
Campo Marzio, Roma
During the autumn, Rome offers to locals and tourists, the beauty of the concerts in many churches!I always go listen to wonderful concerts in St. Agnese in Agone, in Piazza Navona. Tickets can be purchased at the entrance of the church and cost 12 euros.
You can also find many concerts, held free of charge, in the churches that host International groups of Singers and Orchestras.
The last concert I attended was the performance of Vivaldi Strings Group, at the Oratorio del Caravita, a small church in Via del Caravita, near Via del Corso.
Another very pleasant evening, always with the music, in an archaeological context of rare beauty is the Concerts of the Temple at Theatre of Marcello, Via del Teatro di Marcello 44, till October 2, every evening from 20.30h to 22.00h.
In case of bad weather Concerts will be held indoors. Ticket cost 21 euro. (18.00 euros for the Concert + 3.00 euros for access to the archaeological site)