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Sant'Agostino, Cremona

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4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • It is one of the churches worth visiting if you are in Cremona. The atmosphere of ancient spirituality with artwork of refined beauty. Suggestive also outsiders.
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  • The Church of Saint Augustine is located on the picturesque square of the same name, where converge Via Grandi and Via Breda. Its construction began in the first decades of 1300, by the Augustinian monks, ending right around the middle of the 1300, the middle of the sixteenth century, the building was radically transformed, with the addition of times. The façade reflects the classic canons of monastic Lombard Gothic architecture (high brick façade, tripartite by buttresses to siphon cover). The Bell Tower, dating from the mid-1400, is lightened by elegant double Lancet Windows. The Interior is large and is divided into three naves by columns. The Church is rich in frescoes and retains some remarkable paintings, one above all, the Perugino's altarpiece depicting Madonna enthroned. Absolutely worth a visit.
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  • Beautiful church with three naves with beautiful frescoes in the Central vault and an important Madonna with child by Perugino. Not to be missed
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