Lungotevere in Sassia

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Lungotevere in Sassia with the Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia

Lungotevere in Sassia is the stretch of Lungotevere that links Piazza della Rovere to Via San Pio X in Rome (Italy), in the Rione Borgo.[1]

The Lungotevere takes its name from the Schola Saxonum, a numerous Saxon community that settled in the Leonine City at King Ine's suite; it has been established as per deliberation of the city council dated 20 July 1887.[2]

Along the Lungotevere rises the monumental complex of the Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia, an ancient hospital along with its church, next to a modern medical centre.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rendina-Paradisi 2004, p. 1165
  2. ^ "Lungotevere in Sassia". Retrieved September 19, 2010. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Rendina, Claudio; Paradisi, Donatella (2004). Le strade di Roma. Third volume P-Z. Rome: Newton Compton Editori. ISBN 88-541-0210-5.