All Saints Church (Anglicana All Saints), Rome

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All Saints Church (Anglicana All Saints), Rome

The church was erected in 1882-1887 on the site of destroyed Cappella di S.Antonio Abata belonging to the Convent of Gesu' e Maria. The project is by G.E.Street, the architects were Pietro Barucci and Vincenzo Canizzaro.The construction is an example of "gothic revival", which aspect is not quite appropriate for the zone in which it is located.

All Saints Church, Via del Babuino, Rome
Fig: All Saints Church, Via del Babuino, Rome

In 1880 this church belonging to the anglican cult was built for the English residents and the visitors of Rome. The task was entrusted to the English architect George Edmund Street. The church presents a neolithic style while the interior is decorated by Italian polychrome marble and rosy stone from Arles (French town). It embodies three naves with wooden roofing and supported by big rounded and flying arches.The exterior is in Sense red bricks, which contrast the traverse decorations.

All Saints Church (Anglicana All Saints)
Via del Babuino, 153/b,
00187, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Via del Babuino runs from the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) to Piazza del Popolo. From the Spanish Steps (nearest metro "Spagna"), turn right towards Piazza del Popolo and the Church is on the left at number 153.
Zone: Rione Campo Marzio (P.Spagna-P.Popolo-Pincio) (Roma centro)
All Saints Church (Anglicana All Saints) is Shown By "Map E Zone" As "13"
Subway: Flaminio (479 m NW), Spagna (524 m E), Barberini (929 m SE), Lepanto (1.1 km W) - Metro Underground line: A
Bus: 117-119
Piazza Barberini Taxi Station: 06.481444 (Tel.)
Hours: Every day 08.30am-7pm, Holidays: 08.30am-10.30am, Weekdays: Mon, Wed and Fri 8.30am and 12pm, Tuesday 12.45pm,
Thursday 8.30am and 7pm
Tel: 06 3600 1881
Email: ,

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