This Madonnella is on the corner of the palace belonging to the Oratorian Fathers (founded by St. Philip Neri), behind the church built by the same saint, called the Chiesa Nuova. It is definitely one of the more beautiful madonnelle in Rome. This one dates to the late 1600s.
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