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There are so many churches in Rome that I walked past, I can’t explain why I happened to walk inside this one, but I’m so glad I did! It’s in immaculate condition with shiny marble and sparkling gilded gold. The artwork in the chapels and...More
All the reading in the world could not prepare me for the outstanding architectural beauty of Rome and Santa Maria Dell Animi is yet another stunning example of the type of church to be found here.
The exterior is nice but not as beautiful as...More
The Santa Maria dell’ Anima, which means Our Lady of the Soul in English, is a German-speaking church founded in 1350 by the couple John Peter and Catherine of Dordrecht. At that time, Santa Maria dell’ Anima was not actually a church, but a private...More
It's all been said before by other equally eloquent,surprised and enthralled reviewers. JUST GO SEE IT AND YOU'LL KNOW WHAT ALL THE FUSS IS ABOUT.
In a city where you can become blase about the sheer number and splendour of Romes myriad of ancient sites...More
While this church doesn't have the awe-inspiring size or art-works of the bigger, more famous churches, I actually liked it more. Perhaps that's because of the Dutch and German influence, which sets it apart. Its smaller size feels more intimate.
It has a little bit...More
The church is the church of German-speaking Catholics in Rome. In an interesting history it was plundered by the French after the French revolution and the sacristy was used as a horse-stall. There are many beautiful paintings and sculptures including the the tomb of Pope...More
I love Rome simply because I get the chance to go to mass two to three times a day with the so many churches in the city. I feel blessed that I get to received our dear Lord in Holy mass. I just love the...More