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Rome: Church of Michael and Magnus

About the Church of Michael and Magnus:

This church, dedicated to Saint Michael the Archangel and Saint Magnus of Anagni (a Bishop martyred in the 2nd Century), is located close to the Saint Peter’s.

The church has hosted two important relics since the 1990s. The first of these is the stone where Jesus was presented at the Temple in Jerusalem, which is used as the main altar of the church.  The other is the stone where Abraham bound Isaac.

It is especially popular with Dutch pilgrims, as it is the national church of the Netherlands in Rome.

Finding the Church of Michael and Magnus:

Address:    Borgo Santo Spirito, 21/41, 00193 Roma RM, Italy

Tel: +39 336 766 135

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