One of the newest and most modern churches that Rome has. It does not stand out for an architecture that moves you but it is still beautiful. It stands out more than anything for the concerts, dances and operas that are offered there on weekends. Very interesting to see and hear.
the Waldensian Church in Piazza Cavour, a stone's throw from the Ara Pacis, is just over 100 years old. Finished in 1913. Skilfully decorated by artists such as Monticelli and Paschetto who took care of the liberty style frescoes that adorn the church ceilings. Easy to reach for those passing through the Vatican. It may not be among the most relevant churches on the numerous Roman list, but for those nearby, a look at the frescoes is worth it.