This is a developing area being built on the other side of the Strada dei Parchi from the old town of Lunghezza. The dedication is to St Teresa of Calcutta. The parish is new, having been established in It worshipped in a prefabricated hut until a permanent church was completed in The architect was Marco Petreschi. The first point of issue is the status of the neighbourhood. This is not an unplanned illegal development of the mid 20th century, nor a planned public housing project for lower-class people, but a planned neighbourhood for relatively wealthy persons.
However, the administration of the infrastructure has been neglected and serious social problems have emerged. An accusation of favouritism in providing the church so quickly can be countered by pointing out that the neighbourhood has been lacking a social focus it is a separate and very interesting question as to why this has to be a church in the context of secular Italian society.
The second point is the status of the patron saint. There was a very unusually short period between her death in andand her witness in the contemporary world is very highly valued by the Roman Catholic Church. Hence, the church was perhaps primarily built for the saint rather than for the parish.
The church is already being referred to as the Church of the Year of Mercy. The church has a square plan, and is accompanied by a long ancillary wing running longitudinally to the left. The latter has two conjoined units, a near one mainly containing a large aula or meeting-hall, and the far one being two-storey with parish offices and other facilities. The little prefabricated hut that used to be the church is at the far end of the latter, unless it has been demolished in the meantime.
The fabric is in reinforced concrete, completely revetted in slabs of fine travertine limestone from Tivoli. The edifice is shaped like a truncated wedge lying on one of its broad faces. The frontage is low and the back wall behind the altar is high, and the roof has a single steepish pitch running from the former to the latter. The side walls have matching fenestration, designed as a unit. The windows are within a very large recessed panel, of the same shape as the side of the church but smaller.
There are four sets of windows in each panel, all the windows except at a side entrance occupying the whole height of the panel. The middle two sets each consist of a wider vertical strip flanked by two narrow slits, but the outer two sets consist of only two windows, a wider one nearest the side edge of the panel and a narrower one flanking it.
Between the window strips in each set the wall is flush with the church wall surrounding the panel. The back wall is a perfect horizontal rectangle. It contains a central sanctuary apse in the form of a segment of a cylinder, occupying a huge vertical central rectangular cavity and having a thin window strip down each side. The apse does not protrude.
It is flanked by, firstly, two thin vertical rectangular recessed panels and then two wider vertical rectangular window-strips with the fenestration inserted diagonally facing the side walls. Finally comes two sets of overall rectangular fenestrations, each involving three columns of six small rectangular windows.
The windows in the central column are wider. The roof, which is also revetted in travertine, has its central zone substantially depressed in a large rectangle. This is surrounded by elevated strips of equal width on three sides -not the front, though. It contains three entrance doors with prominent lintels, the central one being enormous. The right hand side wall of the church is continued to the right to form a partly enclosed entrance piazza.
The top of this wall has the same slope as the side wall roofline, and within the wall is a little ancillary chamber. It is entirely in smooth travertine slabs. Two concrete beams slope down at the same angle as the church side wall, one from the top corner of the wall and one to its right.Click on the Bus route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules.
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Skip to main content. Info service alert Coronavirus Updates. For more details download the app. For more details Scan QR Code to download the app. Scan to download. Get directions now. How to get to Ponte Di Nona by Bus? From Stazione Tiburtina, Roma 65 min How to get to Ponte Di Nona by Train? From Stazione Tiburtina, Roma 43 min. Roma Est is meters away, 9 min walk. Grappelli is meters away, 9 min walk. More details.
Sorge a ridosso dell'autostrada A24, immediatamente al di fuori del Grande Raccordo Anulare, sulla via del Ponte di Nona, a sud di via Collatina. Sant'Erasmo Lungotevere dei Vallati Dr. Last updated on September 16, Change language. It's easier to get to Ponte Di Nona with the app! Get the App.Write to romapip quipo. Notes: Page revised in September Soon after the fall of the Roman Empire the road was abandoned and it was reopened only in the second half of the XIXth century.
Today the initial stretch of Via Prenestina is a highly populated area and some of the ancient monuments shown in this page are surrounded by tall blocks of flats. Il Torrione Il Torrione: above circular wall which surrounded a mound; below the burial chamber Via Prenestina was less important than other Roman roads such as Via Appia or Via Flaminianevertheless some wealthy Romans chose it as the location to erect their tombs; most likely they were the owners of some villas in the area or they came from Praeneste.
A very large mausoleum stood at the second mile of Via Prenestina; the remaining circular wall surrounded a mound hiding the burial chamber; the mausoleum was damaged during WWII when this quarter of Rome was bombed, due to its proximity to the city's railway warehouses. Because of its vague resemblance to a tower it was called il Torrione ; after the war the earth was removed and the burial chamber was unearthed. The mausoleum is thought to have been built in the Ist century AD because of its similarity to the tombs of Cecilia Metella and Lucilio Petowho lived at the time of Emperor Augustus.
Largo Preneste Roman Tomb and detail of its brickwork Largo square Preneste is the centre of a very busy and congested borough of Rome. A small Roman tomb made of brickwork and having the shape of a small temple is the totally out of context embellishment of Largo Preneste.
The building was used for centuries as a house or a granary and small windows were opened in the thick Roman walls. Tor de' Schiavi Octagonal hall At the third mile of Via Prenestina a public garden provides a wide array of ancient buildings with a more appropriate setting than Largo Preneste.
The area is known as Tor de' Schiavi slavesbut it has nothing to do with slavery; the name comes from Vincenzo Rossi dello Schiavo who acquired the buildings and the nearby land in A tower was built in the Middle Ages on top of an octagonal hall covered by a dome which most likely was part of ancient baths.
The cylindrical wall at its centre supported the steps leading to the top of the medieval tower. You may wish to see Tor de' Schiavi during the celebrations held by the German artists on their route to Tor Cervara.
Octagonal hall: left detail of the wall supporting the collapsed dome the holes were filled with pottery ; right traces of stucco decoration The hall is thought to have been built at the beginning of the IVth century AD; this because of a construction detail i. Helena Tor Pignattara which were built during that period.Walking Orvieto to Rome - Italy's Via Francigena - UTracks
The remaining main building however was erected later on, at the beginning of the IVth century AD. We still do not know to whom the large circular tomb was dedicated. Mausoleum: details of the walls The partial collapse of the dome shows that it was very thin at the top to reduce pressure on the supporting walls; this can be observed also at the Pantheonthe largest ancient dome.
The building was for a certain period used as a church and the dome ceiling has some faint traces of frescoes. Cistern The existence of a large bath establishment is proved by several cisterns with a large storage capacity. A puzzling aspect is that, based on their construction technique, they are dated to a much earlier period than the octagonal hall. Acquedotto Alessandrino Acquedotto Alessandrino at Fosso di Centocelle today Via Palmiro Togliatti Aqueducts testify to the advanced construction techniques developed by Roman engineers; the movement of water was based on gravity and this meant that an appropriate gradient was required along the whole length of the aqueduct, the route of which was carefully planned in order to exploit as much as possible the shape of the ground; in the case of the aqueduct built by Emperor Alexander Severus in AD to supply water to baths near today's Palazzo Madamaengineers found a route which kept the water conduit very near the natural level of the ground; this was not possible however at a depression near Via Prenestina and an imposing series of arches was built to bridge the gap.
Acquedotto Alessandrino at Fosso di Centocelle Tor Tre Teste left Tor Tre Teste; centre a tower built upon a cistern of Acquedotto Alessandrino; right Torre di Centocelle, half a mile south of Acquedotto Alessandrino The landscape of the Roman Campagna was characterized by ancient aqueducts and by medieval towers until the beginning of the XXth century.
Tor Tre Teste three heads was named after the funerary relief portraying three heads which was walled at its base now replaced by a copy. Torre di Centocelle, a very tall tower, was built in the XIIth century to protect a property of the chapter of S.No comments posted yet.
Santa Teresa di Calcutta a Ponte di Nona
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Yes, there is a direct train departing from Tivoli and arriving at Ponte Di Nona. Services depart every two hours, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 30 min. Get driving directions. The train from Tivoli to Ponte Di Nona takes 30 min including transfers and departs every two hours.
Mode details. Yes, the driving distance between Tivoli to Ponte Di Nona is 20 km. It takes approximately 20 min to drive from Tivoli to Ponte Di Nona. Trenitalia operates a train from Tivoli to Ponte Di Nona every 2 hours. The primary train operator in Italy, Trenitalia was created in the year Trenitalia offers national rail connections in Italy as well as international connections to Austria, France, Germany and Switzerland.
Trenitalia tickets are available online, in stations across the country or from many travel agents that offer bookings. Rome2rio's Travel Guide series provide vital information for the global traveller.The following transit lines have routes that pass near Ponte di Nona Roma Est.
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