St. Peter's Basilica
Found in the Vatican City, it is near where the Pope resides, and it is one of the most important centres for Christian pilgrimage, and is commonly regarded as the "home of the Roman Catholic Church", since it is where St Peter set up the first Christian Church
Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Rome
Another of the city's ancient churches, it was founded in 498 AD. It is well-known for its lavish interior, notably its chandeliers (the ones at present are believed to date back to the 18th century).
Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
Another ancient church in the city, it is dedicated to Saint Cecilia. It has a Baroque facade cosntructed by Ferdinando Fuga in 1725.
All Saints' Church, Rome
Founded in the 1880s as a church to serve Rome's Church of England community, it has an English neo-Gothic appearance, yet, it is sculpted in Italian marble.
Great Synagogue of Rome
The biggest and main synagogue of Rome, it provided a place of worship to the city's Jewish community ever since 1901-1904, when the current eclectic edifice was constructed
Mosque of RomeFinished in 1995, the Mosque of Rome is the biggest in Europe, even surpassing the Great Mosque of Paris, and is an important centre amongst Rome's growing Muslim community
Basilica of St. John Lateran
The official ecclesiastical seat of the bishop of Rome (pope), its a major tourist attraction in the city, and Rome's cathedral
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
Another exceedingly important Roman Catholic church in the city, it is also one of the four basilicas of the city, a Marian church, and a papal church too.
Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the WallsAnother of the four great basilicas of Rome, too a very important and visited religious building.
San Lorenzo fuori le MuraA smaller basilica, it is an ancient paleo-Christian one, with ancient interiors
Sant'Andrea della Valle
Located in the Sant'Eustachio rione of Rome, it is known for its ornate Baroque/Renaissance facade, and rich interior
Santa Maria in Trastevere
One of the oldest churches in the city, opened in the mid-4th century AD, it is a minor titular basilica in the Trastevere quarter. is 1880s as a church to serve Rome's Church of England community, it has an English neo-Gothic appearance, yet, it is sculpted in Italian marble.
Santa Maria sopra Minerva
A minor titular basilica, the Basilica of Santa Maria sopra Minerva is an example of Roman Gothic architecture. It has a 19th century facade, and also a Gothic interior, with an ancient nave.
San Pietro in Montorio
One of the city's several churches, the San Pietro in Montorio is well-known for its "Tempietto", a small circular martyrium designed to look like a classical temple by Donato Bramante, which is found in the church's courtyard.