All Saints, Rome

The Anglican church of All Saints was established in 1816 by the Reverend Corbet Hue and was built by George Edmund Street in 1882-1887. It is the Church of England’s community church in Rome and provides a centre for Anglican pilgrims when visiting Rome. The church is built in Neo-Gothic style and of red-brick construction. It is situated in the Via del Babuino close to the Spanish Steps. It is often used for concerts as well as church services.

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