|Santa Maria Immacolata a Grottarossa|
|English name:||St Mary Immaculate at the Red Cave|
|Dedication:||Blessed Virgin Mary (Immaculate Conception)|
|Address:||Via Flaminia 994|
Santa Maria Immacolata a Grottarossa is a modern parish and titular church at Via Flaminia 994 in the Grottarossa district, north of the Milvian Bridge. Picture of the church at Wikimedia Commons. 
It was built in 1935, to the unusual plan of a reverse Latin cross. The short nave is slightly longer than the arns of the transept, and the presbyterium is longer than the nave. There are segmental apses attached to the presbyterium and transepts. The roofs are all on the same level, and are pitched and tiled.
There is a simple grey façade with a gabled roofline, vaguely neo-Romanesque, with a gabled porch having a round-headed entrance topped by three round-headed lancet windows. The middle one of these is slightly elevated compared to the other two, the design recalling the stylized mountains often seen on historic papal coats of arms in the Centro Storico. There is a campanile of traditional form, with large round-headed bell openings and a pyramidal cap.