Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano

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San Giovanni in Laterano is the cathedral church of Rome.

Archbasilica of St. John Lateran 
Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rome
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Πρόσοψη σε όψιμο μπαρόκ του Αγίου Ιωάννη του Λατερανού (σχέδιο Αλεσσάντρο Γκαλιλέι, 1735)
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Instance of catholic cathedral,
major basilica,
papal basilica
Part of Old Rome,
Lateran,
Properties of the Holy See,
Seven Pilgrim Churches of Rome
Dedicated to
Material used
LocationRome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Lazio, Italy
Architectural style
Diocese
Architect
Owned by
Founded by
Heritage designation
Significant event
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site record modification (1990)
Width
  • 140 metre
Length
  • 140 metre
official website
Authority control
Wikidata

41° 53′ 09.24″ N, 12° 30′ 22.32″ E

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View[edit]

Facade[edit]

Loggia delle Benedizioni[edit]

Cloisters[edit]

Interiors[edit]

Nave[edit]

Apse[edit]

Ciborium[edit]

Chapels[edit]

Statues and tombs[edit]

Ceilings[edit]

Organ[edit]

Details[edit]

Battistero[edit]

Triclinium Leoninum[edit]

San Salvatore della Scala Santa[edit]

Scala Santa e Sancta Sanctorum[edit]

Palazzo del Laterano[edit]

Obelisco[edit]

Pitture e stampe[edit]