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The main nave of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican, viewed from the entrance side. 
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The main nave of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican, viewed from the entrance side.
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The statue of Unselfishness by Gaspare Sibilia, the monument to Pope Benedict XIV, St. Peter's Basilica in RomeA travertine lion from the tomb of Pope Clement XIII by Antonio Canova, St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
St. Peter's Square in Vatican as seen from the centro del colonnato. 
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St. Peter's Square in Vatican as seen from the centro del colonnato.
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Centro del colonnato, St. Peter's Square in Rome
Inside the church of San Lorenzo in Damaso, Piazza della Cancelleria, Rome. 
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Inside the church of San Lorenzo in Damaso, Piazza della Cancelleria, Rome.

Wikipedia: San Lorenzo in Damaso (Saint Lawrence in the House of Damasus) is a basilica church in Rome, Italy, one of several dedicated to the Roman deacon and martyr Saint Lawrence. Known since antiquity (synod of Pope Symmachus, 499) as Titulus Damasi, according to tradition San Lorenzo in Damaso was built by Pope Damasus I in his own house, in the 380s.

Donato Bramante rebuilt the church in the 15th century, by order of Cardinal Raffaele Riario, within the restoration works of the close by Palazzo della Cancelleria. The last restoration was necessary after a fire that damaged the basilica in 1944.

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The courtyard in front of the San Clemente church in Rome. 
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The courtyard in front of the San Clemente church in Rome.

"Simply the most quintessentially Roman building in Rome: seventeen hundred years or so of Roman history, art, architecture, religion, and life piled one on top of another, woven into each other, still visible. From the bizarre, three levels down (a very well-preserved Mithraeum), to the stunningly beautiful top level (the remarkable gold mosaic of the Tree of Life rivals any of the famed mosaics in Ravenna or anywhere else) to the virtually incomprehensible but still compelling jumble of the fourth-century church and its successors in between, there is nothing like this Rome in a nutshell." (Joseph J. Walsh, Professor of Classics and History at Loyola University Maryland, in Robert Kahn's City Secrets: Rome).
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The courtyard in front of the Santi Quattro Coronati church on the Caelian Hill in Rome. 
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The courtyard in front of the Santi Quattro Coronati church on the Caelian Hill in Rome.
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