Santa Cecilia in Trastevere in Rome

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Very ornately done and beautiful inside, but don't expect any information in English. All information panels are only in Italian. It's still a beautiful site though even if you don't read Italian. According to tradition St.Cecily suffered a particular cruelsome death as a martyr. She was scalded, suffocated and beheaded by three strokes on her neck. As she was singing all the time during her martyrdom she is considered the patron of music. The building of today shows a mixture of various styles,
Hours: daily 9.30-12.30AM, 4-6:30PM, frescos by Cavallini: Mon-Sat 10:15-12_15AM, Sun 11-12.30PM
Address: Piazza di Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
Phone: +39 6 589 9289

Source wikitravel.org/en/Rome/Trastevere