Basilica di Sant'Agostino in Campo Marzio, Rome

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  • At a stone's throw from Piazza Navona, this a hidden gem, which undoubtedly deserves a visit. Countless are the things of interest to see, starting from Sansovino's "Madonna del Parto", near the...  more »
  • In Rome, exploring the area around Pza. Navona. Just steps away, walked into this church and the first thing I saw was the bare feet of the pilgrims in Madonna di Loreto by Caravaggio! If you are...  more »
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  • Superb church in an urban context that is unfortunately a bit run down. The highlights are surely the Caravaggio painting in the first chapel on the left, called Pilgrims’ Madonna or Madonna of Loreto, which scandalized Caravaggio’s contemporaries because of the crude realism of the pilgrims’ dirty feet. And the fresco of the prophet Isaiah by Raffaello on one of the pillars.
  • This church was built during the Renaissance and dedicated to St. Augustine. Don't be deceived by the unflattering and rather plain exterior of this church. In fact, it houses several priceless artworks. You can find the Madonna di Loreto painting by Caravaggio, the Madonna del Parto sculpture (reputed to work miracles in childbirth) by Jacopo Sansovino. Most importantly, the tomb of St. Augustine's mother, St. Monica, can also be found here. There are several petition slips for people to offer their intentions (most often by mothers praying for their children as St. Monica is the patron saint of mothers).

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