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Santa Maria di Porcareccia is a 17th century church belonging to the ancient castle of Porcareccia at Piazza del Castello di Porcareccia 33, in the north of the suburb of Casalotti which is on the Via di Boccea just west of the Circonvallazione Settentrionale.
This church is in the municipality of Rome, but belongs to the diocese of Porto Santa Rufina.
It was built as part of the complex by the Hospitaller Order of the Holy Spirit in 1693, and was parish church of the district until it proved too small and was replaced in 1954 by Santa Gemma Galgani nearby to the east.
It is a small rectangular building, tucked into the courtyard of the castle and almost filling it.