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Sant'Andrea al Quirinale

  • Via del Quirinale 29 Map It
  • Quirinale
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 03/19/2014

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Designed by Bernini, this is an architectural gem of the Baroque. His son wrote that Bernini considered it one of his best works and that he used to come here occasionally just to sit and enjoy it. Bernini's simple oval plan, a classic of Baroque architecture, is given drama and movement by the church's decoration, which carries the story of St. Andrew's martyrdom and ascension into heaven, starting with the painting over the high altar, up past the figure of the saint

over the chancel door, to the angels at the base of the lantern and the dove of the Holy Spirit that awaits on high.

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Via del Quirinale 29, Rome, 00187, Italy

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Sight Details:

  • Mon.–Sat. 8:30–noon and 3:30–7; Sun. 9–noon and 4–7

Updated 03/19/2014


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