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Basilica di San Clemente al Laterano (chirch built on top of a church built on top of a Roman house) - Rome

Basilica di San Clemente (Constructed between 1110 and this church of San Clemente is not one, but three churches built one above the other, with ruins dating from the earliest Christian times.

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Basilica of San Clemente al Laterano - Rome, Italy

Basilica of San Clemente is a minor basilica in Rome but has three levels of archaeology. On top is the present church, level is an old church from the century and under that is an house of a christian Roman nobleman with his own private church in it.

San Clemente, Rome.  View of the Asp, richly decorated with frescoes and mosaics, of the 12c.  Notice the large and impressive fresco panel of "Christ and Our Lady with Eleven Apostles ".

View of the Asp, richly decorated with frescoes and mosaics, of the Notice the large and impressive fresco panel of "Christ and Our Lady with Eleven Apostles ".

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San Clemente - Rome, Italy - History and Visitor Information

Discover 2000 years of history when you visit the Basilica of San Clemente. - Excavations - From Monday to Saturday, 09.00-12.30 & 15.00-18.00 Last entrance to the excavations at 12.00 & 17.30  On Sundays and State Holidays, 12.15-18.00  Last entrance to the excavations at 17.30 Last entrance to the excavations will be 30 minutes before closing. Admission price: Adults (Regular price)  – € 10,00 per person

Basilica di San Clemente - built on top of a century church and pagan temple below that

Ancient Roman buldings below an early Christian church, which in turn is beneath San Clemente Basilica,  Rome

Ancient Roman buldings below an early Christian church, which in turn is beneath San Clemente Basilica, Rome

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