The Church of Santa Maria in via Lata is founded on very ancient origins. Around the year one thousand the church was built on a previous one of the VII-VIII century. It was later transformed in the Baroque style. However, it preserves the memory of the Apostles Peter and Paul, who were hosted, according to tradition, in these buildings during the years of their imprisonment in Rome.
The Carcer Tullianum, the maximum security prison where Rome's enemies were imprisoned.
Full ticket € 12.00
Reduced ticket € 7.00
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Basilica of Santa Maria in Via Lata, Via del Corso, 306
It is possible to book the date and time of the combined visit on the following days and times:
Hours: Friday from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
ANTI COVID SECURITY MEASURES:
The Christian tradition remembers Luke the Evangelist, and the Saints Peter and Paul who carried out their evangelization here.
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