All Saints, Rome, Italy

All Saints, Rome

The Anglican church of All Saints was established in 1816 by the Reverend Corbet Hue and was built by George Edmund Street in 1882-1887. It is the Church of England’s community church in Rome and provides a centre for Anglican pilgrims when visiting Rome. The church is built in Neo-Gothic style and of red-brick construction. It is situated in the Via del Babuino close to the Spanish Steps. It is often used for concerts as well as church services.

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