Basilica Of Saint Paul Outside The Walls, Rome
About Basilica Of Saint Paul Outside The Walls, Rome
Basilica Of Saint Paul Outside The Walls, Rome - Address, Phone Number
Address: Piazzale San Paolo, 1, 00146 Roma, Italy
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
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The construction of this church began in 1859 under the name of “Grace Church”. Owing to its artistic and aesthetic value, the church is termed as a National monument by the government of Italy.
Plan a trip to Rome to see te The basilica founded by Roman Emperor Constantine I over the burial ground of Saint Paul. On this same site, there is believed to be constructed the memorial called Cella Memoriae after the execution of Apostle.
The new structure retains the original charm in its nave and four aisles. The neo-classist addition of the faced, the 20th century door depicting the scenes from the New and the Old Testament and the holy door which is opened only during the Jubliees are the striking features of the church.
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Basilica Of Saint Paul Outside The Walls Information
- Maintain peace
Basilica Of Saint Paul Outside The Walls Opening and Closing Hours
- Cloisters: daily 9am - 1pm and 3pm - 6pm
How To reach Basilica Of Saint Paul Outside The Walls by Public Transport
- Bus 23, 769, 792, N2, Train FC2 to Basilica San Paolo.
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+JMJ...Every pilgrimage to Rome included a visit to this visually outstanding, serenity enhancing ancient house of prayer. It is a little distance from Ancient Rome and the other major basilicas, but it was easy for me to get there because the bus stop was right outside my hotel's (Hotel Adriatic) door! After walking around the Basilica, photographing practically every nook and cranny, I would go to the Adoration Chapel for a quiet, prayerful visit. I love my Roman Catholic faith and gave plenty thanks to God for the blessed opportunity to visit the resting place of one of His most faithful follower/servants, St Paul. My prayer for all is that they will allow themselves to take in not only the historical and artful beauty of St Paul Outside the Walls, but will take the time to open Sacred Scripture and read St Paul's conversion story: Acts of the Apostles 9:1-30. Read also Epistle to the Romans, Chapter 1 verses 1 - 7. Great introduction of St Paul to Christians in Rome. These readings along with reading the Gospels, all 4, could be transformative for their eternal well-being.
Makes St Peter's look like an overdone glitzy try hard. We arrived during a Sunday mass. Would have converted if I hadn't been dragged out in the nick of time. This is a building with class, style and refinement not just gold. Amazing acoustics. Amazing glazing. Amazing architecture. Free entry, very low key and no crowds. If you don't feel God here you will at least see why some do. If you don't have time for this and the Vatican drop the Vatican.
Less visited than the other basilicas, but perhaps the most interesting of the four. Burnt down and rebuilt, it has retained the form of the early basilicas and gives you an idea of what the original St. Peter's would have looked like. Inside the atmosphere is always peaceful thanks to the size and the lack of large numbers of visitors. The portraits of the popes are worth seeing, as is the cloister. Keep your ticket when you leave as you'll need it to get into the recently opened archaeological area outside the bookshop.
Massive, amazing, iconic. More romanesque with a touch of a byzantine style. A short walk from the metro.
I was surprised at how quiet it was here considering it is one of the 4 major basilicas in Rome. The have a beautiful cloister and small museum for an extra 4 euro, for me it was completely worth it. It was so nice to able to walk around and not be fighting off other tourists and large groups of people.
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