Chiesa di S. Paolo entro le Mura
The beautiful Church of S. Paolo Entro le Mura (St. Paul's Within the Walls) was built in 1873, making it the first non‐Catholic church built inside the walls of Rome. It was designed by the English architect, George Edmund Street, in the style of the Gothic Revival. The church features stunning mosaics by Edward Burne‐Jones and George Breck, as well as stained glass by the English firm of Clayton and Bell. Due to its fine acoustics the church is frequently used for classical concerts.
The church is heated during the winter months.
Chiesa di S. Paolo entro le Mura, Via Nazionale 16a, 00184 Rome, Italy, Google Maps