San Lorenzo in Lucina and its underground ruins In Rome

"San Lorenzo in Lucina and its underground ruins In Rome" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Thursday 28th April 2011

San Lorenzo in Lucina and its underground ruins In Rome, Italy

It is very interesting to retrace the story of S. Lorenzo in Lucina through the different lower levels preserved in its underground space, starting from the Roman buildings dating back to the 2nd-3rd century to the palaeochristian basilica that includes the baptistery commissioned by Pope Sixtus III. The church keeps remarkable works of famous artists such as the "Christ Crucified" by Guido Reni and the Fonseca Chapel by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

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