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Digital projection shows exhibit the long and storied history of the Eternal City.
For at least 40 days the worn stairs will remain uncovered, allowing pilgrims to touch and climb the ancient marble steps.
Many religious orders offer rooms to tourists in their beautiful centuries-old buildings, located within walking distance of the sites of Rome.
The Eternal City has a voice. This class will help you hear it.
A treasure trove of relics have been carefully preserved in Rome's Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem ever since Emperor Constantine's mother returned from her 4th-century pilgrimage.
Designed in the late 1990s by American modernist archistar Richard Meier, it has been praised for encapsulating the spirituality of the “new millennium.”
Discover the meaning behind the drawings that adorn these ancient underground burial places.
Remember to pack your walking shoes if you travel to the Eternal City.
Inscriptions and art found in these ancient burial places shed light on how the first Christians lived their faith.
Archaeologists try to recreate the buildings that once stood on the site of the oldest Catholic cathedral.