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'''Santa Maria a San Vittorino '''is in Via di San Vittorino, in the village and district of San Vittorino. Pictures of the church on Wikimedia Commons. [http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Santa_Maria_(San_Vittorino_Romano) [1]] This church is in the municipality of Rome, but belongs to the diocese of Tivoli. It was built in 1703 and is the second church in the village, being situated on the road to Rome.
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'''Santa Maria a San Vittorino '''is an 18th century subsidiary parish church in Via di San Vittorino, in the village and zone of [https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Vittorino_(zona_di_Roma) San Vittorino]. Pictures of the church on Wikimedia Commons are [[commons:Category:Santa_Maria_(San_Vittorino_Romano)|here]].
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The dedication is to the [[Blessed Virgin Mary]].
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This church is in the municipality of Rome, but belongs to the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Catholic_Diocese_of_Tivoli diocese of Tivoli].
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== History ==
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It was built in 1703 as a second church for the village, being situated in its western outskirts on the road to Rome.
 
==Exterior==
 
==Exterior==
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This is a very simple little building.
It is a very simple little building. The façade has two pilasters on the corners and a plain stone doorframe, above which is a shield showing the Barberini bees and then adedicatory inscription on a small tablet. Above that is an oeil-de-boeuf window. The sides of the church have a cornice which runs round to the façade but stops at the pilasters, the short sections of it here replacing the pilaster capitals. The roofline is in the form of a truncated wave. There is a small brick campanile to one side, like a tiny square factory chimney in brick.
 
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The façade has two pilasters on the corners and a plain stone doorframe, above which is a shield showing the Barberini bees and then a dedicatory inscription on a small tablet. Above that is an oeil-de-boeuf window. The sides of the church have a cornice which runs round to the façade but stops at the pilasters, the short sections of it here replacing the pilaster capitals. The roofline is in the form of a truncated wave. There is a small brick campanile to one side, like a tiny square factory chimney in brick.
 
==Interior==
 
==Interior==
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The tiny interior is in white, with cream trim.
The tiny interior is in white, with cream trim. The sanctuary has a pair of windows either side, round-headed with porthole above and enclosed in a stone arch in relief painted cream. The Baroque altar is in pink and grey marble, and above it is a large icon of the Madonna and Child in a green marble frame, set in a white marble glory containing putti.
 
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[[Category:Catholic churches]]
 
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The sanctuary has a pair of windows either side, round-headed with porthole above and enclosed in a stone arch in relief painted cream.
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The Baroque altar is in pink and grey marble, and above it is a large icon of the Madonna and Child in a green marble frame, set in a white marble glory containing putti.
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== Liturgy ==
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No information has been found as regards regular liturgical celebrations here.
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== External links ==
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WARNING -THE WEBSITE OF THE DIOCESE OF TIVOLI IS INFECTED WITH MALWARE (2016).
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[https://sites.google.com/a/sanvittorino.org/parrocchia-san-vittorino-v-m/ Parish website] (not up to date)
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[http://www.info.roma.it/monumenti_dettaglio.asp?ID_schede=5814 Info.roma web-page][[Category:Catholic churches]]
 
[[Category:Outside the walls - North-East]]
 
[[Category:Outside the walls - North-East]]
 
[[Category:Dedications to the Blessed Virgin Mary]]
 
[[Category:Dedications to the Blessed Virgin Mary]]

Revision as of 18:50, 28 October 2016

Santa Maria a San Vittorino is an 18th century subsidiary parish church in Via di San Vittorino, in the village and zone of San Vittorino. Pictures of the church on Wikimedia Commons are here.

The dedication is to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

This church is in the municipality of Rome, but belongs to the diocese of Tivoli.

History

It was built in 1703 as a second church for the village, being situated in its western outskirts on the road to Rome.

Exterior

This is a very simple little building.

The façade has two pilasters on the corners and a plain stone doorframe, above which is a shield showing the Barberini bees and then a dedicatory inscription on a small tablet. Above that is an oeil-de-boeuf window. The sides of the church have a cornice which runs round to the façade but stops at the pilasters, the short sections of it here replacing the pilaster capitals. The roofline is in the form of a truncated wave. There is a small brick campanile to one side, like a tiny square factory chimney in brick.

Interior

The tiny interior is in white, with cream trim.

The sanctuary has a pair of windows either side, round-headed with porthole above and enclosed in a stone arch in relief painted cream.

The Baroque altar is in pink and grey marble, and above it is a large icon of the Madonna and Child in a green marble frame, set in a white marble glory containing putti.

Liturgy

No information has been found as regards regular liturgical celebrations here.

External links

WARNING -THE WEBSITE OF THE DIOCESE OF TIVOLI IS INFECTED WITH MALWARE (2016).

Parish website (not up to date)

Info.roma web-page