St Andrew's at Quirinal Church

Local nameChiesa di Sant'Andrea al Quirinale
LocationRome, Italy

The Church of Saint Andrew's at the Quirinal is a Roman Catholic titular church in Rome, Italy, built for the Jesuit seminary on the Quirinal Hill.

The church of Sant'Andrea, an important example of Roman Baroque architecture, was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini with Giovanni de'Rossi. Bernini received the commission in 1658 and the church was constructed by 1661, although the interior decoration was not finished until 1670. The site previously accommodated a 16th-century church, Sant'Andrea a Montecavallo.

Commissioned by former Cardinal Camillo Francesco Maria Pamphili, with the approval of Pope Alexander VII, Sant'Andrea was the third Jesuit church constructed in Rome, after the Church of the Gesù and Sant'Ignazio. It was to serve the Jesuit novitiate, which was founded in 1566.

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Opening hours

Mon: closed
Tue - Sun: 9 am - noon, 3 pm - 6 pm

More information and contact


Phone +39 06 487 4565

Address Via del Quirinale 29, Rome, Latium, 00187, Italy

Coordinates 41°54'2.499" N 12°29'21.644" E

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