Church of Sant'Agostino

This 14C church (extended in the 16C-17C) is decorated by a fine Gothic doorway. The rose window was designed by Guillaume de Marcillat (1467-1539), a French master glassworker, who originally came to Italy to work in the Vatican before settling in Arezzo. The doorway of the small cloisters and door of the baptistery are by San Giovanni, according to plans by Sansovino.

Useful information

Address : 

Piazza di Monte 7

Nearby tourist attractions

Merchants' Loggia
Merchants' Loggia
According to the locals, Sansovino was
1:00
Palazzo Comunale
Palazzo Comunale
Built by Sangallo the Elder between 1515
0:30
Church of Mercy
Church of Mercy
It is not always easy to decide whether
0:15
Piazza Gamurrini
Piazza Gamurrini
The square, which is near to the Porta
0:15
Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Vertighe
Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Vertighe
The 16C church of this sanctuary
0:15
Museum
Museum
The museum is located on the ground
1:00
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Merchants' Loggia
Merchants' Loggia
According to the locals, Sansovino was
1:00
Palazzo Comunale
Palazzo Comunale
Built by Sangallo the Elder between 1515
0:30
Church of Mercy
Church of Mercy
It is not always easy to decide whether
0:15
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Merchants' Loggia
Merchants' Loggia
According to the locals, Sansovino was
1:00
Palazzo Comunale
Palazzo Comunale
Built by Sangallo the Elder between 1515
0:30
Church of Mercy
Church of Mercy
It is not always easy to decide whether
0:15
See all