4th century and proud of it, Santa Costanza can be found on the Via Nomentana and is the place to be for lovers of early Christian art. The structure was originally intended as a mausoleum for the daughter of Constantine I, who died in 354 AD. Though what the church is most known for are the breathtaking mosaics, which are a prime example of early Christian art.
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