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Santa Costanza

349 Via Nomentana, Rome 00162 Italy
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  • Santa Costanza
    John M
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    5 Jun 04, 2013

    A 4th century church near the apartment built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Constantine's daughters Constantia and Helena. The dome and and its drum are supported by a circular arcade resting on 12 magnificent pairs of granite columns. The barrel-vaulted ceiling is decorated with 4th-century mosaics of flors and fauna and scenes of a Roman grape harvest.

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  • Open Hours:

    9a-noon M-Sa, 4p-6p Tu & Sa-Su & holidays
  • Phone:

    +39 06 861 0840

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