A woman asked us to pay 1€ for each person to enter the church. I‘m not sure she belongs to the church or not.
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Interior of this church is little treasure. All visitors admire side chapel, left from the main altar with white marble sculpture: angel and woman saint in her ecstasy. St. Teresa is devoted to God completely and visitors admire work of art as much as the...More
Went to All Saints Day mass in this small but incredibly beautiful church. Marble everywhere. Beautiful altar with gold altar backdrop. Six side altars with paintings. Marble statues of angels on the walls and circling the ceiling. Lots of ceiling murals with marble angels too....More
Pretty close to Repubblica, the exterior of the church is unassuming, but the statue must be seen. It's quite risque, at least for the time. If there is a mass, just sit in the front pew and stare discreetly to your left.
This church holds the exquisite Ecstasy of Saint Teresa sculpture - an absolute masterpiece by Bernini One of the few pieces of religious art with suggestive carnal undertones. The sculpture is used in varied religious documentaries about the RC faith If in Rome, it would...More
This is one of my favourite works and the main reason for visiting Rome - here you have one of Bernini's most famous works that you can see for free in the church - a highlight if you are a fan of his work!
the churches in Europe are amazing, please try and visit as many as you can to appreciate the workmanship, even if you are not religious. Entry is free.
An amazing small Baroque church which is stunning and glorious inside. Probably the most impressive piece of sculpture is the one executed by Bernini being the Ecstasy of St. Teresa. A magnificent work of art in an almost theatrical setting. Overall interior is very ornate...More
A very lovely church with Bernini's masterpiece "Ecstacy of St Theresa" in residence. Make sure you check on open hours before you plan a trip here. There is so much to see packed in such a small place. It can be overwhelming, but in a...More
This church is another beauty in Rome. So grand and almost overwhelming to take it all in. Bernini's sculpture of the Ecstasy of St. Teresa is in this church and is a very beautiful piece.