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Castel Sant'Angelo



Taking advantage of the fact that on the first Sunday of each month it is possible to visit many important monuments in Rome for free, on Sunday, December 3, a group of seminarians went for the first time to Castel Sant'Angelo, the imposing fortress, formerly the mausoleum of the Emperor Hadrian, which is located a few steps from Saint Peter's Square: in fact, it served as a refuge for the pontiffs on more than one occasion. Professor Eduardo Baura was an exceptional guide on this highly interesting historical-artistic tour.






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