The Church of Our Lady of the Temple of Heaven is on a mountain, so you can also see the panoramic view of Rome here. It is said that this church has a long history and is relatively old. The frescoes in the church are magnificent.
Just walk up from a step behind Piazza Venezia. The facade of this church is a tall red brick wall, which doesn't look very eye-catching. The inside is also beautiful, and it is not as magnificent as other churches.
This church is on the back of Piazza Venezia, so it's easy to miss it, but be sure to check it out. Its style is different from other churches in Rome. Although it is also very beautiful, it is not so ostentatious.
Not bad, good, worth seeing, don't take pictures, the photos inside are afraid of light!
Facing the Piazza Venezia, facing the Emmanuel II Memorial Hall with its back, there is a long, gentle slope on the left hand side, and after going up is the Church of Our Lady of the Temple of Heaven. The outside of the church is ugly, and the inside is magnificent. The treasure of the town hall is a statue of an infant Jesus carved from olive wood. However, this wooden sculpture was stolen in 1994. According to the efficiency of the Italian police, it has not been recovered so far, and it is not surprising.
This is one of the oldest churches in Rome. It is located on the Piazza Venezia, but it is not very conspicuous, but I personally like it very much. Its appearance is not as gorgeous as other Roman churches. It is a relatively simple church.