Chiesa dei Santi Vincenzo e Anastasio alle Tre Fontane, Rome

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  • Lovely church across from the Trevi Fountain. Poster at the church announcing classical concerts various evenings. No tickets. Opportunity to make a contribution for the organ of the church. Night.....  more »
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  • The Church of Saints Vincent and Anastasius (two martyrs, a Spaniard, and the other Persian) built in 1140, in place of a much older, in his simple and bare austerity comes as one of the best examples of Cistercian Abbey Church in the Lazio region. The Interior is divided into two parts by a gate, which delimits the area of seclusion of the Trappists, Benedictine family order. Very nice is the porch in front of the Church, where on the lintel, in a fairly simple Latin, is remembered as "innocent II, Pontifex Maximus, the Aniseeds Papi Papareschi, now Mattei, exceeded the schism of Anacleto thanks to the work of St. Bernardo, him and his Cistercians gave this monastery after it is restored in the year of our Lord 1140 ". Not to be missed, for believers of course but also for non-believers, the harvest to take place, with parts in Latin and Gregorian chants, on the night of Christmas Eve and Easter, when the gate is opened, to bring the faithful to monks gathered around the altar.
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  • Because beautiful its starkness and simplicity
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