Sant'Adriano al Foro

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The church, on the right, around 1500.

Sant'Adriano al Foro was a church formerly in the Curia Julia in the Forum Romanum. It was built by Pope Honorius I in 630. Its name refers to the martyr Adrian of Nicomedia. Its structure was modified multiple times before it was demolished in the 1930s to recover the ancient structure of the building.

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