Santa Croce in Gerusalemme Rome, Italy 4C, !2C, 18C
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San Giovanni in Laterano (St. John Lateran)Rome, Italy 0.56 miles away
Dedicated to both John the Evangelist and John the Baptist, St. John Lateran is the cathedral of Rome and one of its four major basilicas. It includes a fine 13th-century cloister.
San Giovanni in FonteRome, Italy 0.61 miles away 315
Also known as the Lateran Baptistery, this octagonal structure in Rome was built by Constantine in 315 and is the oldest baptistery in the world.
Santi Quattro CoronatiRome, Italy 0.89 miles away
Founded in the 4th or 5th century and rebuilt in the 11th, the church of the "Four Crowned Ones" contains interesting fragments of ancient art and architecture.
San ClementeRome, Italy 0.95 miles away 3rd-12th C
This lovely 12th-century basilica stands over two previous sacred buildings: a church built in 392 and a 2nd-century Mithraic cave temple.
Santo Stefano RotondoRome, Italy 1.02 miles away c. 470
Dedicated to St. Stephen, the first martyr, this is one of the largest and oldest round churches in existence. Dating from the 5th century, it reflects local and foreign influences.