Vigna Randanini

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The Vigna Randanini are Jewish Catacombs on the left side of the Appian Way .

These catacombs that were discovered in 1859,[1] reused a pagan building, to which was added a vaulted ceiling and a floor mosaic with black and white tiles.

The Hypogeum consists of two main galleries, divided into several branches. There are niches carved into the walls, cubicles with arcosolia and some tombs.

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