Santa Maria della Vittoria
A small basilica church in Rome completed in 1626. The church is the only structure designed and completed by the early Baroque architect Carlo Maderno, but the masterpiece is in the Cornaro Chapel, to the left of the altar, and is Ecstasy of St. Teresa by Scipione's favored sculptor, Bernini.
Saint Susanna at the baths
A Roman Catholic parish church on the Quirinal hill in Rome. The modern church dedicated to Saint Susanna was rebuilt in 1585-1603. In 1921, Pope Benedict XV authorized the Paulist Fathers to use Santa Susanna to create the National church in Rome of The United States of America.
Overlooking Santa Susanna square, leaning on the façade of The St. Regis Rome, the Fontana dell'Acqua Felice, also called the Fountain of Moses, was built in 1587 and reopened in 2010 after two years of restoration.
Santa Maria Degli Angeli E Dei Martiri
This is a titular basilica church in Rome, built inside the frigidarium of the Baths of Diocletian. The thermae of Diocletian dominated the Quirinal Hill with their ruined mass and had successfully resisted Christianization. Michelangelo Buonarroti worked from 1563 to 1564 to adapt a section of the remaining structure of the baths to enclose a church.
Terme Di Diocleziano
The Baths of Diocletian were the largest and most sumptuous of the imperial baths, or thermae, dedicated in 306 and remained in use until the aqueducts that fed them were cut by the Goths in 537. Similar in size and plan to those of Caracalla, it is well preserved because various parts were converted to ecclesiastical or other use.
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