Santo Stefano Rotondo

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Alexander VG
5 ผลงาน
Spiritually beautiful
ธ.ค. ค.ศ. 2020
It is very easy to miss this church - tucked away as it is in a very quiet neighbourhood...yet it is one of the most moving experiences I've had in Rome. The church is neither too grand nor too small - neither too lit nor too dark. There is something incredibly perfect about it. The architecture is beautiful, as are the frescoes all around the church ...but if you want a quiet half hour of peaceful reflectionn this could be the spot.
เขียนเมื่อ 28 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2021
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Gad F
Reggio Emilia, อิตาลี112 ผลงาน
Always closed
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2021 • เดินทางคนเดียว
Tried to go inside, twice in different years (2019 and 2021), but it was closed without any clear specification on their website. Extremely disappointing.
เขียนเมื่อ 4 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Andrea K
85 ผลงาน
Meravigliosa Chiesa della capitale
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
Chiesa imperiale, tra le più antiche di Roma. Collocata su uno dei sette colli, il Celio, è un pò nascosta ma ne vale veramente le pena visitarla. Luogo ricercato per matrimoni. Spettacolare!
เขียนเมื่อ 11 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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FrancescaM
Lido di Ostia, อิตาลี1,931 ผลงาน
Quello che non ti aspetti
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
Sul colle Celio a pochi passi dalla bellissima chiesa alla Navicella (anch'essa da vedere) si trova questa basilica del V sec, nascosta alla vista e poco conosciuta rispetto al grande patrimonio di chiese a Roma. Appartiene al Pontificio collegio germanico-ungarico in Roma ed è la chiesa nazionale di Ungheria. Come dice il nome, è dedicata al 1° martire Santo Stefano e insieme al mausoleo di Santa Costanza condivide l'unicità della pianta circolare. Sulle pareti del muro perimetrale ci sono 34 cruenti affreschi (realizzati a partire dal 1585) con i supplizi inflitti ai martiri cristiani. Purtroppo il restauro ha snaturato completamente quella che doveva essere l'antica bellezza della chiesa: a partire dal pavimento con elementi moderni (senza pregio e di gusto opinabile) e la cupola con una serie di grandi colate di cemento.
เขียนเมื่อ 26 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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claudio d
วิเทอร์โบ, อิตาลี20,359 ผลงาน
Originale e tra le più antiche di Roma
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
Sul limite orientale del colle del Celio, costruita su sottostanti più antichi edifici di epoca imperiale, si trova questa antichissima chiesa (V° secolo) dalla curiosa struttura, praticamente circolare.
Dall'esterno si nota poco, perchè inserita all'interno di un'area verde, ma una volta entrati nel cortile (tramite un'apertura nella cinta muraria che contraddistingue l'inizio di via di Santo Stefano Rotondo) e oltrepassato il portico realizzato nel XII secolo con colonne di spoglio, ci si trova finalmente all'interno del tempio, il cui altare maggiore è al centro di un grande ambiente circolare, circondato da un recinto ottagonale a sua volta contornato da 22 colonne (anch'esse di spoglio e peraltro di diversa altezza, tanto che si è dovuti ricorrere a basamenti di diverso spessore; i capitelli sono invece stati appositamente realizzati nel V° secolo; tra questo cerchio di colonne e il muro perimetrale corre un ampio ambulacro.
La chiesa in origine era ancora più particolare, costituita da 3 diversi anelli concentrici, di cui, dopo le modifiche medievali e rinascimentali, ne restano solo 2; inoltre inizialmente vi erano 4 atri disposti a simulare una croce greca inserita all'interno dello spazio circolare, ma di questi, dopo le modifiche del Rossellino della metà del XV secolo, ne è rimasto solo uno, corrispondente al vestibolo di entrata; il Rossellino tamponò anche gli spazi tra le colonne che delimitavano il secondo anello e che oggi rappresenta il perimetro esterno dell'edificio (si possono osservare ancora le colonne parzialmente inglobate nel muro).
All'interno del primo cerchio di 22 colonne si noteranno 2 alte colonne su cui poggiano tre archi che sorreggono il tamburo centrale; intervento di consolidamento che risale al XII secolo.
Peccato che sia scomparso il pavimento originario in marmo, mentre risalteranno subito, oltre all'originale struttura della chiesa, i 34 affreschi dell'ambulacro, realizzati dal Pomarancio nel XVI secolo; quello che colpisce non è tanto la qualità degli stessi (sicuramente elevata visto lo spesso re dell'artista) ma quello che rappresentano: si tratta di un campionario di raccapriccianti e crudi dipinti che rappresentano gli svariati supplizi subiti dai martiri cristiani.
Allo stesso Pomarancio sono attribuite le decorazioni del cinquecentesco recinto ottagonale, mentre di Antonio Tempesta sarebbero gli affreschi sulla vita dei SS. Primo e Feliciano nell'omonima cappella (a sx dell'entrata). Ma la parte più significativa di tale cappella è il catino absidale, dove vi è un pregevole mosaico bizantino del VII secolo. Sempre a sx dell'entrata, lungo l'ambulacro, vi è un sedile in marmo di epoca romana, conosciuto come la cattedra di San Gregorio Magno, perchè da questa sedia pare che il Santo abbia predicato (in origine era posta al centro della chiesa).
Sempre sulla sx rispetto all'entrata si trova la seconda e ultima cappella della chiesa, realizzata nel XVIII secolo e dedicata a Santo Stefano d'Ungheria.
Sempre nell'ambulacro ma sulla dx dell'entrata si trova il grande tabernacolo ligneo seicentesco che in origine era posto sull'altare maggiore al centro dell'ottagono.
เขียนเมื่อ 7 เมษายน ค.ศ. 2021
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Claudio_A
โรม, อิตาลี879 ผลงาน
Quanti tesori vicini ancora non ho visto?
ม.ค. ค.ศ. 2021 • เดินทางคนเดียว
"Rotondo" perché la chiesa è a pianta circolare, in origine a tre cerchi concentrici.
Leone I la fece edificare addirittura nel V secolo.
Pregevoli le decorazioni con lastre di marmo e il catino absidale della cappella dei ss. Primo e Feliciano, ornato anche con l'oro.
Dulcis in fundo, i 24 affreschi del recinto ottagonale, dipinti dal Pomarancio.
A 18 minuti di auto da casa mia, un tesoro di tale portata, l'ho scoperto solo oggi
เขียนเมื่อ 10 มกราคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Amedeo R
เชียวารี, อิตาลี48 ผลงาน
La prima chiesa romana a pianta rotonda
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2020
Questa chiesa è la prima a pianta rotonda di Roma, si trova in un angolo defilato del Celio e contiene gli affreschi del Pomarancio che testimoniano i tormenti patiti sai Santi cristiani, che dovevano servire da monito agli allievi del collegio tedesco, per prepararli a quanto poteva accadere durante l'opera di evangelizzazione. La costruzione architettonica mi sembra più rilevante dei pur apprezzabili affreschi, alcuni in fase di restauro, che patiscono un po troppo l'impostazione di maniera. Comunque, per chi non l'ha mai vista, è un luogo da non perdere.
เขียนเมื่อ 31 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Flo P
โรม, อิตาลี17,252 ผลงาน
Capolavoro del V secolo
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2020 • คู่รัก
Sicuramente una delle più belle chiese di Roma grazie anche alla rilassata atmosfera del colle in cui è inserita ; oltre alla particolare forma rotonda , i suoi tre cerchi concentrici e la pianta a croce greca la rendono diversa ha le pareti affrescate con un susseguirsi continuo di santi e martiri divorati da belve feroci , affogati , bolliti , bruciati , accecati - 34 scene raccapriccianti dal Pomarancio , presenta dei giardini bellissimi , particolare il mosaico nella cappella dei santi Primo e Feliciano , opera realizzata nel VII secolo .
เขียนเมื่อ 26 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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dapper777
โมนาโก32,056 ผลงาน
Very interesting church. Unique
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2020 • เพื่อนๆ
This early Christian church, dedicated to the deacon and first martyr Saint Stephen and also to Stephen The First, the sanctified first king of Ungary, is located on the Caelian Hill, one of the highest among the seven legendary hills of Rome.
Managed until 1580 by the Hungarian Paulines Fathers, the church has since belonged to the Pontifical Germanic-Hungarian College.
This is the reason why the church later became the unofficial church of the Hungarians in Rome.
Behind an ancient wall, set back in a secluded garden, lies this basilica that is one of the most unique churches in Rome.
The church, one of Rome’s oldest, dates from the late 5th century, although it was subsequently altered in the 12th and 15th centuries.
This large round church was founded by Pope Simplicius in ca. 468 by making use of materials from previous buildings existing in the neighbourhood (most likely Macellum Magnum, a covered market built by Emperor Nero).
Its shape was perhaps inspired by the round section of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
It had two circular rows of columns. The church was completed in the VIth century by Pope Felix IV.
In the XIIth century Pope Innocent II strengthened the building by erecting two central very high columns to support the roof.
Pope Theodore I built an additional chapel to house the relics of the saints St. Primus and St. Felicianus.
Santo Stefano in Rotondo holds in fact a 6th-century Byzantine mosaic, which portrays the two martyrs buried inside the church.
The two saints were portrayed wearing the tablion, a lozenge shaped coloured panel across the chest, which was worn by the Byzantine emperors and their closest advisers.
Not to be missed out are the absolutely unusual, quite impressive and very particular frescoes, along the walls, by Pomarancio, Tempesta and others, of the representation of the atrocities performed on Christian martyrs.
What really gets the heart racing is these graphic walls decor is a cycle of 16th-century frescoes and gruesome images depicting the tortures suffered by well-known, early Christian martyrs.
Each painting has an inscription explaining the scene and giving the name of the emperor who ordered the execution, as well as a quotation from the Bible.
Santo Stefano in Rotondo also holds the tomb of Irish king Donough O'Brien, who died in Rome in 1064, and the episcopal throne (formed by cutting down a marble chair) of Pope Gregory the Great from 580.
It was a very intersting visit.
Recommended
เขียนเมื่อ 28 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Carol Soares
Canoas274 ผลงาน
Visita obrigatória para os católicos que vem a Roma
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2020 • ครอบครัว
A Igreja é uma das primeiras de Roma, foi construída de forma redonda pois eram assim que as igrejas eram construídas na época (felizmente ainda temos esse exemplar para contar nossa história) os afrescos contam a história dos primeiros mártires cristãos de Roma. São imagens fortes que nos fazem refletir tamanha fé dessas pessoas. Emocionante! A igreja é linda! Possui banheiros limpos para visitantes! Verifique o horário de abertura antes da visita!
เขียนเมื่อ 8 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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