Oct 5, 2017

Sant'Agnese in Agone

View into frescoed cupola and pendentives of the 17th-century Baroque church Sant'Agnese in Agone, that faces onto Piazza Navona, amazing square and one of the main urban spaces in the historic center of the Eternal City, built between 1652 and 1672. The cupola is frescoed with the Assumption of Mary, begun in 1670 by Ciro Ferri and finished after his death in 1689 by Sebastiano Corbellini. Easily reachable from Hotel Montecarlo, when in Rome don't forget to visit this wonderful church in Piazza Navona


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