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Table Of Contents

Ancient Church of St. Mary at the Forum
Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem
Castle of the Holy Angel
Mamertine Prison/ St. Joseph of the Carpenters
Most Holy Name of Jesus
Most Holy Trinity at Monte Pincio
Our Lady above (over) Minerva
Our Lady and the Martyrs /The Pantheon
Our Lady of the People
Our Lady of Victory
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Divine Love
St. Agnes Outside the Walls and St. Costanza
St. Agnes at the Circus Agonalis
St. Andrew’s at the Quirinal
St. Barbara of the Books
The Basilica of St. Bartholomew on the Island
St. Bernard’s at the Baths
St. Cecilia in Trastevere
Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
St. Charles at the Four Fountains
Basilica of Saint Clement
Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola at Campus Martius
Basilica of St. John Lateranin Laterano
St. Lawrence Outside the Walls
St. Mary in Cosmedin
The Papal Basilica of St. Mary Major
Santa Maria in Trastevere
St. Patrick’s at the Villa Ludovisi
St. Paul Outside the Walls
St. Paul’s Within the Walls
St. Peter in Chains
St. Sebastian Outside the Walls
Church of St. Susanna at the Baths of Diocletian
St. Sylvester at the Head
Other Sites of Interest
Archaeology and Art History Library
Bernini’s Elephant Obelisk
The Excubitorium of the Firemen
The Forty Hour Device
Italian Clocks/ Italian Time
Piazza of the Four Fountains
The Pyramid of Cestius
Closing Thoughts
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J
Appendix K
Bibliography
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Walking through Rome

Walking through Rome

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Rome covers 580 square miles, and even most residents haven’t seen all that it has to offer. When you visit it, don’t try to conquer the city; instead, concentrate on savoring it in bits and pieces. You’ll be amazed by what’s behind the façades and in the unseen corners of many sites in the Eternal City.

Whether you’re looking for a little-known work of Michelangelo tucked inside a parish church, or pre-Christian Roman households underneath grand cathedrals, Rome has it all. Walking through Rome goes beyond the basic travel guide, offering

• detailed information on churches that have built, remodeled, and destroyed;
• historical notes, a time line of Roman history, and other handy references; and
• maps to help you enjoy your visit to the fullest.

Wander around Rome and discover its hidden treasures and secrets. Pick the sites that appeal to you the most and start enjoying your Roman adventures—from the Ancient Church of St. Mary at the Forum to Our Lady of Victory to St. Peter’s Square and any numerous places in between.

Margaret Varnell Clark, an award-winning journalist, takes you off the beaten path and provides historical information, interesting facts, and specifics so you can enjoy Walking through Rome.
Rome covers 580 square miles, and even most residents haven’t seen all that it has to offer. When you visit it, don’t try to conquer the city; instead, concentrate on savoring it in bits and pieces. You’ll be amazed by what’s behind the façades and in the unseen corners of many sites in the Eternal City.

Whether you’re looking for a little-known work of Michelangelo tucked inside a parish church, or pre-Christian Roman households underneath grand cathedrals, Rome has it all. Walking through Rome goes beyond the basic travel guide, offering

• detailed information on churches that have built, remodeled, and destroyed;
• historical notes, a time line of Roman history, and other handy references; and
• maps to help you enjoy your visit to the fullest.

Wander around Rome and discover its hidden treasures and secrets. Pick the sites that appeal to you the most and start enjoying your Roman adventures—from the Ancient Church of St. Mary at the Forum to Our Lady of Victory to St. Peter’s Square and any numerous places in between.

Margaret Varnell Clark, an award-winning journalist, takes you off the beaten path and provides historical information, interesting facts, and specifics so you can enjoy Walking through Rome.

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