Starting the prelim planning for our 7th trip to Rome next spring. We visited San Clemente a few trips ago and were fascinated by the three layers (Mithraeum on up to modern church). From what I understand, there are many such churches in Rome, as sacred ground tends to remain holy even when the religion changes. I'm aware of Santa Prisca, S. Giovanni e Paolo, and S. Stefano Rotondo. I believe the excavations may require an appointment for at least one of them. I'd love to add other such layer churches to our list!
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