A beautiful church dedicated to St. Louis of France. This is the national church of France in Rome. Gorgeous paintings.
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We found this church by mistake, but is definitely well worth finding as we found this to be our favorite church. Do not miss the Caravaggio paintings and the stunning interior.
Nearby Piazza Nuova make time to visit this decorative church and its Caravaggios. This is the Roman church for the French.
This small Church, with a pretty ordinary facade, in a small street between Piazza Navona and Pantheon hides a stunning interior. First you'll spot is a magnificent ceiling, but the real highlight are 3 Caravaggio paintings.
The church tends to be somewhat nondescript from the outside - but the interior is absolutely stunning. The real reason for many to visit though are the 3 Carravagio paintings - “The Calling of St Matthew,” “The Inspiration of St Matthew,” and “The Martyrdom of...More
Not include on our tour, the guide decided to take us to this beautiful church as it is one of his favorites. We were glad he detoured us there. It is a beautiful church (small by Rome standards) and well worth stopping by to see...More
The church is beautiful, without a doubt. Yet, there are more beautiful churches in Rome. The only thing that makes this church worth a visit, are the three Caravaggio paintings. If you're interested in his work or you want to see some art for free;...More
This church is a must-see in Rome. It is a beautiful church ( though all signs are in both Itakian and French, not English!) and the three Caravaggios in the back alcove are truly stunning. As for all churches in Rome, entrance is free and...More
The church is beautiful from the inside, make no mistake. What makes me write this scathing review is the pretentious, arrogant and bigoted staff or guardians inside the church. I have taken hundreds of photos of buildings, inside and outside, churches and not, in Italy...More