Photograph taken from Piazza Barberini (about 1890) looking at what will become via Veneto, on the right the church of Santa Maria Immacolata dei Cappuccini and on the left Sant’Isidoro a Capo le Case also known as degli Irlandesi.
The Church of the Capuchins, built in 1600 in an area that at the time was open countryside, also included a monastery which was demolished precisely for the opening of Via Vittorio Veneto. It houses important pictorial works, but it is above all famous for its crypt-ossuary where the five chapels are decorated with over 4,000 bones of friars.

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