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Non chi comincia ma quel che persevera
Non chi comincia ma quel che persevera

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Quanto è bello il Portogallo!
Castelo dos Mouros, Sintra, Portugal
D5000 with 18-55 kit
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Sicuramente è unica ed ha un certo fascino...ma mi fa rabbrividire!
Crypt of the resurrection - Church of the Immaculate - Via Veneto 27 - Rome

In 1631, the Capuchin friars - so-called because of the "capuche" or hood attached to their religious habit - left the friary of St. Bonaventure near the Trevi Fountain and came to live in the present one, of which only the church and cemetery remain. The remains of the deceased friars were transported from the old friary and laid to rest in this cemetery, underneath the present church. The bones were arranged along the walls, and the friars began to bury their own dead here, as well as the bodies of poor Romans, whose tomb was under the floor of the present Mass chapel.
Here the Capuchins would come to pray and reflect each evening before retiring for the night. Over the years, until 1870, further alterations transformed this burial place into the work of art we see today. Its message is clear: death closes the gates of time, and opens those of eternity.

Crypt of the resurrection
On the rear wall, various parts of the human skeleton form a frame for the picture of Jesus commanding Lazarus to come out alive from the tomb. The Christian belief in the resurrection provides the key to interpreting this work of funereal art.

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