Notre Dame of the People: On one side of the chapel there are Daniel and the Lion and Habakkuk and Angels by Benini. The only mosaic painting created by Raphael with a circular vault, Opening up Heaven and Earth, implies that Paul prays to God and converts to Christ.
Caravaggio! Boy, do I love this guy's work. Chiaroscuro is one of my favorite techniques from painting, the contrast of light and dark. Dramatic! Visitors to the Chiesa di Santa Maria del Popolo get two (not one, but two) paintings by Caravaggio. Aside from that, it's a beautiful church, though not the most beautiful in Rome.
Walk along Podobona to Popolo Square in the Roman Square and visit the Notre Dame Cathedral. There are many works of art in the cathedral, which is called the last Baroque mausoleum in Rome. The famous Caravaggio paintings and some wonderful murals of early Renaissance artists are worth seeing.
one of the main square of roma, it has one of the biggest obelisque, less then ten minutes walking
Also known as Notre Dame Popolo Church, located in the People's Square. It was the earliest and most beautiful Renaissance Church in Rome. Emperor Nero was buried here. The murals of St. Paul's Reich, St. Peter's Triumph, and the skeleton mosaic of the Chapel of Kitchen were all interesting.
The Church is located in the north of People's Square. It was built in the early 11th century. It is the first church named after Notre Dame in the world. After many renovations, the Church has preserved the works of Caravaggio. The dome "Coronation of Notre Dame" is very beautiful.
it is impossible to be indifferent to this wonder of humanity!