San Saba - Rome

The Church of Saint Sabas is an ancient Civic Roman Basilica. Its origins dates back to the 7th century and a monastery dedicated to Sabas, an Eastern saint. The present church dates for the most part from the 13th century. Among the most interesting features of the church are its frescos depicting the miracles of Saint Nicolas, Cosmatesque-style marble paving dating from the early 13th century, early 8th century frescos in the Sacristy and the relics of Saint Sabas in the crypt.

Address : Piazza Bernini, 20 153 Rome Italy

Subway : Station: Piramide - Station: circo Massimo: Ligne B

Phone : +39 065743352

Fax : +39 0664580133

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