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Church of Sant'Agostino, San Gimignano
(4.6/5 based on 220 reviews on the web)
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  • Exterior and interior architecture, simple brick facade and nave in Romanesque style with Gothic elements. The simplicity of the exterior you pass the rich interior. Refined the monument of the chapel of blessed Bartolo, in marble, sculpted by Benedetto da Maiano with frescoes of Mainardi evl terracotta by Andrea della Robbia. On the main altar, the coronation of the Virgin del Pollaiolo.  Then the wonderful Gozzoli's fresco cycle of the main Chapel, with episodes from the life of Saint Augustine and Saint Sebastian of the same Gozzoli, masterpieces of the history of painting. Beautiful fragments of frescoes by Bartolo di Fredi and a Madonna of Maia. Wonderful Board of FRA Bartolomeo Madonna and Saints and the 15th century wooden crucifix in the sacristy.    
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  • Even if you have already visited the Cathedral of San Gimignano, try not to miss this treat a bit secluded. The frescoes of the life of Saint Augustine, scholar and geek, are really worth the effort. Nice also cross the city to get up here, far from the madding crowd.
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  • I was there as part of Brecon Cathedral Choir as we were giving a concert. Lovely church and grounds. We'll worth a visit. It has cloisters etc and is run by the Augustinian Order. They have an Englis...  more »