The mystical union of peoples throughout the world…

Rome is the richest city in the world of  Churches and places of worship.

You will not see them all, and anyway, the richer ones for art masterpieces and history, are the most popular!

A stone’s throw from the Pantheon, the Church of  St. Ignazio di Loyola, is worth avisit.
The frescoes and the fake dome (to see).

And, once you enter, on the right welcomes you the plastic wood of the Temple of Christus Rex.

Around this huge Temple dedicated to Christus Rex, were placed several Temples of various ethnic and religious professions, symbolizing the mystical union of peoples throughout the world.

A work that is worth seeing!

And when you leave, stop and admire the opposite building: it looks like the wings of a theater, like a stage set by the buildings… fascinating!

Chiesa di Sant’Ignazio di Loyola
Campo Marzio, Roma

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4 thoughts on “The mystical union of peoples throughout the world…

  1. Great title! Great post! I’m definitely adding this tip to my list. I’ve always wanted to see its ceiling and dome! Theadora (Food is always on my mine! Any dining or snacking recommendations? Thanks!)

  2. Thanks Theadora, if you’re planning a visit to Sant ‘Ignazio, here’s a suggestion for a quick lunch in the area, and I would say, typical, at the right price: ANTICA BIRRERIA PERONI, Via di San Marcello 19…
    Always crowded!
    Ciao

    • Ah, perfect ! Thanks for the recommendation. Jotting it down now. Tasty meals at the right prices are always fantastic in my book. And crowds a great sign of a hopping establishment. Enjoy the day! Theadora

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