Santa Maria in Trastevere Rome, Italy

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This church is held to be the first place of Christian worship in Rome, built where a fountain of oil sprung up on the day of Christ's birth. Inside are many excellent mosaics.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
318277
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Street Address
Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere
Coordinates
41.889427° N, 12.469536° E
Phone
06-5814802

Timeline

  • Rome Day 4

    Our last full day in Rome (Sat Nov 13) had a much lighter agenda, but we still got a whole *lot* of exercise. The main goal of the day was to visit the Colosseum before it closed and squeeze in a couple more churches. We more or less made a beeline for the Colosseum in the morning, but made a stop at a church I really love for its mosaics, called Santa Prassede...

  • Rome Day 2

    Ancient tombstone displayed in San Lorenzo Our second full day in Rome was a bit shorter, slower paced, and (sadly) a whole lot cloudier...

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Santa Maria in Trastevere (Rome, Italy)
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April 11, 2015