The most worth seeing of the Baroque architecture is the huge dome mural. The lifelike patterns portray religious thoughts, and the two statues besides the murals are also very different. The building surrounded by marble gives a sense of weight, although the arcade structure inside maintains the most traditional color.
This basilica is a must see for the two Bernini angel sculptures. The angels were designed for the Ponte Sant Angelo but the pope decided they were too beautiful to leave outside in the elements. Eventually, they made their way to this church, and they are so serene and beautiful - some of Bernini's best work.
If you like Bernini, this is a must visit. Two angels, carved for the Ponte Sant'Angelo, are on either side of the alter.
Sant'Andrea delle Fratte is a late Renaissance/Baroque church dedicated to St. Andrew and at one time was the church of the Scottish people in Rome (as St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland). Part of the building was designed by the Baroque architectural genius, Borromini. Inside are some angels designed by Bernini and intended for the Ponte Sant'Angelo but now in this church and replicas are on the bridge.
Nei pressi di Piazza di Spagna, chiamata anche Santuario della Madonna del Miracolo, una chiesa che risale al XI sec, ricostruita secondo lo stile barocco dal grande artista Borromini. Piccole dimensioni, ma di grande armonia e bellezza. Nel pomeriggio, a calar del sole, la luce che abbonda nella chiesa infiamma le pareti, gli affreschi sembrano prender vita ed è poesia trovarsi all'interno.