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San Nicola di Bari a Lido di Ostia

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San Nicola di Bari a Lido di Ostia is a modern parish church at Via Gian Carlo Passeroni 1 in the eastern outskirts of Lido di Ostia, near the train station of Stella Polari.

The dedication is to St Nicholas.

It was built in 2000, a pale pink edifice standing away from the street having a flat roof and a small projecting Egyptian-style cornice. The façade has three large and tall arched niches, the central one taller and narrower and enclosing a round-headed lancet window. The windows of the main body of the church are similar. There is no doorway, as the entrance is round the side. A rectangular bellcote is attached on the left hand corner of the façade.

External linkEdit

Official diocesan web-page

Info.roma web-page

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