Stunningly beautiful church with great artwork to finish it off. Worth a visit, you will not be disappointed.
About Church of St. Louis of the French
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You cannot collect all Bernini's since he has 3000+ pieces in Rome and quality differs. But you can collect all Caravaggio's in Rome. There are ~23 of them scattered across Rome and quality of them are all meeting an astonishingly high standard. Go to this...More
The church itself is nice, but the main attraction are the big paintings of Caraavaggio. There are 3 great works - you must see them.
We discovered this church and its treasures while wandering the streets of Rome. The Contarelli Chapel with Caravaggio's paintings of St. Matthew were a bonus.
Came across this church rather by chance! It is is central to the other main sites, but sadly seems to be overlooked. It's around the corner from the Pantheon. Beautiful Caravaggio paintings and art, would definitely recommend a stop when you are visiting the sites...More
Close to Pantheon, a beautiful cool and calm church. The big pull is 3 stupendous Caravaggios of the life of Matthew - even for non-Art buffs these are brilliant.
It is wonderful that so much history and art is free for all to see and enjoy. A very impressive Church, perhaps spoilt by people speaking and not obeying the silence rule and thus having staff request it loudly over the microphone.
This church is located on the eastern side of Piazza Navona and has 3 huge Caravaggio paintings of St. Matthew in one of chapels. They are stunning! This was one of my favorite churches.
Admission is free, though do check the hours before you go. Very close to the Piazza Navona and the Via del Corso in the city center, it is simply too easy to visit. Where else in the world can you see Caravaggio masterpieces for free?...More
Like many of the other churches and basilicas in Rome, admission to the Church of St. Louis of the French is free, making it hard not to visit, considering how beautiful it is. You could probably spend an entire month visiting churches in Rome and...More