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Chiesa Santa Maria Addolorata

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Viale Regina Margherita 81 Piazza Buenos Airess, 00198 Rome Italy
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dapper777 wrote a review Sep 2020
Monaco25,903 contributions2,549 helpful votes
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The church of Santa Maria Addolorata in Piazza Buenos Aires is located at the intersection of via Tagliamento and via Regina Margherita near the Coppedè district. The construction of the church is due to the initiative of Don José León Gallardo, an Argentine priest, who wanted to erect a new church in the district where he had begun his priestly ministry. Following the consent expressed in this regard by Pope Pius X, in 1910 Don Gallardo bought the land and on 9 June 1910, in homage to the centenary of Argentina''s independence, the first stone of the new building dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows was placed. It is the church of the Argentine community in Rome. Visiting it was a magnificent surprise: beautiful on the outside thanks to a huge, golden mosaic on the façade and the beautiful bell tower, it shows a very fascinating interior thanks to the two-storey colonnade that separates the central nave from the side aisles. It is certainly a nice place to visit, where to spend some time to meditate and pray.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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BSinPNS wrote a review Nov 2018
Pensacola, Florida692 contributions272 helpful votes
This is a beautiful church designed in an Argentinian style. As one might imagine, Pope Francis has visited.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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kpiddy wrote a review Aug 2018
Brisbane, Australia11,557 contributions1,116 helpful votes
It was while we were on our way to explore Quartiere Coppede that we sighted the stunning byzantine mosaic facade of Chiesa Santa Maria Addolorata, the National Church of Argentina located on Piazza Buenos Aires. I have since read that this is not an ancient church rather construction was completed in 1930.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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