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Sant'Andrea delle Fratte

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Updated 03/19/2014

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Copies have replaced Bernini's original angels on the Ponte Sant'Angelo, but two of the originals are here, on either side of the choir. The door in the right aisle leads into one of Rome's hidden gardens, where orange trees bloom in the cloister. Borromini's fantastic contributions—the dome and a curious bell tower with its droop-winged angels looking out over the city—are best seen from Via Capo le Case, across Via Due Macelli.

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Via Sant'Andrea delle Fratte 1, (Via della Mercede), Rome, 00187, Italy

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  • Weekdays 6:30–noon and 4–7, weekends 6:30–12:30 and 4–8

Updated 03/19/2014


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