Known to locals simply as La Maddalena, the Church of Saint Mary Magdalene (Santa Maria Maddalena in Campo Marzio) is a wonderful example of Roman Baroque architecture and its exterior looks more like a city palace than it does a church.
Originally constructed in the 15th century for the Archconfraternity of Gonfalone, La Maddalena is now the church of the Motherhouse of the Order of Saint Camillus (also known as the Camillians). What you’ll see today dates primarily to the 17th century when the building underwent extensive renovations.
The beautiful frescos painted on the Dome, is said to have been designed by Carlo Fontana and Parrocel – depicting Mary and the Saints in a heavenly ascent. Add this "Dome Ceiling Santa Maria Maddalena" Italian architecture image to your home, office or cubicle. Your image will be printed using high-quality papers with a high color accuracy, which guarantees that your prints will last a lifetime without fading.