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But since we are, let me give you some addresses where you may admire the Caravaggio paintings in Rome.
Start from the Santa Maria del Popolo Church, in Piazza del Popolo, and you will find two of his finest works: The Conversion of St. Paul and the Martyrdom of St. Peter.
Go to Via del Corso and planned a stop at the Galleria Doria Pamphili, to admire the Rest on the escape into Egypt.
Continue towards the center, Piazza Navona, and visit St. Luigi dei Francesi Church, where you could stay long to admire the Calling of San Matteo, but if you have little time, go to the nearby Church of St. Augustine, to see the Madonna of the Pilgrims.
There are other sites where you can admire Caravaggio, as in the Galleria Borghese
and Barberini Palace
or the Capitoline Museums and Art Gallery
National Gallery of Ancient Art in Palazzo Corsini, in Trastevere
… but you certainly can not see everything in one day!
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