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Basilica di San Clemente

Via Labicana, 95, 00184 Roma

S. Clemente is a stunning 12th century basilica, built on top of a 4th century church, built on top of a Roman insula and Mithraeum and all these structures are almost complete! To walk down under the basilica is a hugely atmospheric experience: there is a labyrinth of aisles, rooms, you hear and see running water... and you really feel that you are going back in time. Well worth the small entrance fee, but try to avoid school parties if you possibly can!

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Renata 190 points

The mysterious place!

31.03.2014

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The church Basilica di San Clemente is one of the most fascinating places in Rome. The long labyrint of aisles in underground with the running water is something special, mysterious. For sure it isn´t good for people with claustrophobia. The church is located near the Colosseum and the opening hours are redused (so check in advance when is open). Definitely the value to see!

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Alfonso 65 points

The hidden gem!

10.08.2014

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The San Clemente basilica was a big surprise! It isn´t so well-known and so popular e.g. like Fontana di Trevi or Colloseum but it is definitely one of the most impressive places which you can see in Rome. Especially go to underground. It is amazing walk! The entrance fee is just 5 Euro.

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