One of the best church ceilings in Rome with its colours and lighting, located at the bustling Piazza Navona and housing the tomb of Pope Innocent X.
Sant'Agnese in Agone is located in bustling Piazza Navona in Rome. The 17th century Baroque church overlooks the site where Early Christian Saint Agnes was said to be martyred in the ancient Stadium of Domitian. The church dates back to 1652 when Pope Innocent X who also commissioned the Fountain of the Four Rivers in the Square. The church was originally supposed to be a family chapel close the residence. The frescoed cupola is a sight to behold and anyone visiting the Piazza Navona should make time to see this church.
The church is has incredible walls and ceilings which come alive with depictions of ancient holy scenes, the ceiling is one of the best you will see in Rome. The colours and lighting are awe-inspiring, if you are in Piazza Navona combine this church with the fountain and you will have a memorable visit.
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