Introduction to the Church of St. Augustus: The Church of St. Augustus (Chiesa di Sant’agostino) was the first church built in Rome during the Renaissance. The façade was built in 1483 and is made of marble removed from the Colosseum. The Baroque painting of the Kavala Bridge is the most famous artwork in the church.
The Church of St. Augustus, located near St. August’s Square in the center of Rome, is a famous representative church of the Renaissance in Rome. The facade of the church adopts exquisite Baroque design, which is very noble. The interior decoration is mainly fresco.