Monday, June 17, 2013

Santa Costanza

The 4th century church of Santa Costanza, via Nomentana, Rome
The church of Santa Costanza (Saint Constance)
Via Nomentana
Rome, April 2013

“The 4th-century mausoleum of St. Costanza is a round brick building with a small west porch. The building originally had a forceps-shaped atrium at its entrance and an external colonnaded ambulatory (traces of which can be seen in the piazza).”
(Santa Costanza, Rome, Sacred Destinations)

1 comment:

cieldequimper said...

Before I read your caption, I thought this was very old. I'm not disappointed!