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Sant'Anastasia is a titular basilica located on the Palatine Hill in Rome.
The temple was erected at the turn of III – IV centuries. Later the church was dedicated to the martyr Anastasia of Sirmia.
Over the long period of its existence, the church was rebuilt several times. The building acquired its present appearance after restoration work carried out in the 17th century. The nave was decorated with 20 antique granite and marble columns, which at that time may have been part of the imperial palaces erected on the Palatine. On the ceiling of the church you can see frescoes by Michelangelo Charutti, executed in 1722, depicting the martyrdom of the saint.
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Topic: Basilica of Sant'Anastasia in Italy, Rome resort.