Sacro Cuore di Cristo Re is a Roman Catholic church (minor basilica) in Rome
, designed between the 1920s and 1930s by Marcello Piacentini.The construction began in May 1920, the first project proposed by Marcello Piacentini was inspired by the churches built in Rome in the 16th century.
The church has a bricks facing, the facade with brick rows of different projection alternated; facade upper side, portals and windows are boarded with travertine. The floor plan, with a nave flanked byt two aisles, is between a Latin cross and greek cross, with a length of about 70 m. The church present a dome of 20 meters of diameter. Over the main portal an high relief by Arturo Martini, that depicts the sacred heart of Jesus. In the inside the Stations of the Cross made by Alfredo Biagini.