Christian and Medieval Rome
After about 300 years of persecutions the Christians built up their community upon the model of their persecutors. Much of art and culture of Medieval Rome speaks the language of the antiquity. Mosaics, marbles, places, reused, adapted, copied. The least known of the ages of Rome offers infinite opportunities to explore the city at your own pace and with your on taste. Feel free to contact me for further information about customized tours.
St. Peters in Chains and St. Clemente tour is an in depth experience in medieval architecture, ritual, relics and spirituality. St. Mary Major, Santa Pudenziana and Santa Prassede are unknown jewels of early medieval architecture with splendid mosaics and marble works. The Jewish Getto and Trastevere are an intricate texture of cultures, religions and languages. Their narrow streets show signs of intense interaction, the best way to touch with your hands how Rome has changed over time.