Basilica of San Clemente in Rome
Experience one of the most extraordinary monuments of Rome. San Clemente was the place of martyrdom of Saint Clement and was reconstructed several times in the 12th century. Even today the different historical layers in the church are evident, with structures from the 11th, 12th, 16th, and 19th centuries coexisting.
Dedicated to Pope Clement I, the Basilica of San Clemente records the history of Rome from the beginning of Christianity until the Middle Ages. Visitors are welcome to explore 2000 years of history, admire impressive mosaics, frescoes, and paintings.
Stand in awe at this beautiful basilica. Whether you’re there to see its impressive works of art, frescoes and decorations or you’re interested in exploring its fascinating history, this is a place full of secrets and stories, just waiting to be discovered.... Read more