Tempietto di San Pietro in Montorio Architetture Storiche
“He also made a round temple in the first cloister of San Pietro in Montorio di Trevertino, of which he cannot imagine the most polite or better understood of proportion, order and variety, and of grace; and it would be much more beautiful if the entire cloister building, which is not finished, were carried out as can be seen in one of his drawings. "
Giorgio Vasari

The small temple of San Pietro in Montorio, also called Tempietto del Bramante, is a small building with a circular plan located in the center of one of the courtyards of the convent of San Pietro in Montorio in Rome, on the Janiculum hill; it is located in piazza di San Pietro in Montorio, 2.
It is considered one of the most significant examples of Renaissance architecture, of which it exemplifies some of the fundamental themes, such as the central plan, the revival of ancient Roman architecture and the proportional and geometric research in the relationship between the parts.
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