|San Giosafat al Gianicolo|
|English name:||St Josaphat on the Janiculum|
|Address:||Passeggiata del Gianicolo 7|
San Giosafat al Gianicolo is an Oriental Catholic and Ukrainian national church at Passeggiata del Gianicolo 7 in Trastevere, on the Janiculum hill north of the Garibaldi monument. It is on the second of the hair-pin bends going north, and is a familar landmark there.
It was built in 1930 for the Pontifical Ukrainian College, part of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church which is in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church. A rather plain building in pink brick, it has two storeys and an unusual dome. The first storey is on a square plan, and has a semi-circular apse attached. There is a projecting cornice. The second storey has a plan based on a Greek cross with very short arms, and the interior angles of the cross occupied by diagonal walls. There is a matching projecting cornice, an arched window on each end wall except in the apse and another, smaller window in deach of these diagonal walls. The dome has a high drum on the plan of a chamfered square, the chamfers being formed by carrying up the diagonal walls just mentioned. The dome itself is very low, and formed of eight tiled roof pitches. It has a lantern with a little lead cupola.
Mass in celebrated here in the Byzantine rite, the Ukrainian language being used.