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San Michele Arcangelo a Giardini di Corcolle is a modern parish church in Via Monteprandone 67 in the suburb of Giardini di Corcolle, in the district of San Vittorino. This is just south-west of the junction between the Strada dei Parchi and the Autostrada del Sole. Pictures of the church on Wikimedia Commons 
This church is in the municipality of Rome, but belongs to the diocese of Tivoli.
It was completed in 1997. The unusual post-modern design is a fairly low square white box, with a higher vertical cuboid, also pure white, inserted into one corner where the entrance is. This latter form has two large vertical vanes bounding a central vertical strip containing four rows of vertically rectangular windows, three in each. The first three are cantilevered one above the other, but the highest slopes back. There is a detached campanile consisting of two parallel thin concrete strips, connected with thin metal rungs like a ladder, with a horizontal cap and an exposed bell.