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I read about this church in travel magazine and was very happy when finally stumbled upon it.
It’s a must see for any Baroque or Bernini fan. It is small but beautiful.
It is free to visit but you have to pay €2 to visit...More
This small church, almost never crowded, epitomizes Bernini's genius for combining architecture, sculpture, and painting into spectacular Baroque theater. All the visual tricks and techniques he perfected in the course of his long career are on display here.
The curving walls direct the visitor's eye...More
This highly-attractive Baroque-style Church is just down the hill from the impressive "San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane", across the street from the Quirinale Palace.
Commissioned in 1658, and substantially complete by 1661, this was the third Roman Church built for the Jesuit Order. Its Designer...More
The Chiesa di Sant'Andrea al Quirinale is designed and constructed by Bernini. The construction continues 13 years and finish in 1671. It was ordered and paid by Cardinal Camilo Pamphili, nephew of Pope Innocent X. The interior is fantastic, completely 'new vision' by the artist,...More
If you are in the neigbourhood, pop in and admire the beauty of this little church. Constructed in 1661, in Roman Baroque style, designed by Bernini, he considered the church one of his most perfect works...
San Andrea is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture. Small and nearly forgotten by tourist crowds, it is visited just by experts and students of architecture. They admire Bernini’s work, balanced between cupola, walls and pillars. Oval ground floor and scenic façade form unique building from...More
After fighting the crowds to see the Vatican, the Roman Forum, and the Colosseum, the Church of Sant'Andrea al Quirinale at Via del Quirinale 29 is a real breath of fresh air. The church was, of course, designed by the baroque genius Gian Bernini, who...More
Supposedly one of Bernini's favorite of his churches. He reportedly spent his golden years sitting here contemplating mortality. It is very close to the street with the four fountains (one on each corner). The place is very small but a beauty.