Rome, Italy

Ss. Luca e Martina, Rome, Italy

This handsome church stands just outside the Roman Forum at the opposite end to the Colloseum. The best views, such as the one above, can be had from in the midst of the tangle of ruins and structures which make up the Forum.

A medieval church stood here but this was demolished and a Baroque church was built between 1635 and 1664.

Along with the Trinità dei Monti (the church at the top of the Spanish Steps) this must be one of the most frequently "accidentally photographed" churches in Rome!

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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