Sant'Antonio dei Portoghesi

The Sant'Antonio dei Portoghesi (English: Saint Anthony of the Portuguese) was a church located in the Italian city of Rome.


This church was erected between 1440 and 1445 by Cardinal Antonio de Chavez and was annexed to the hospice for Portuguese pilgrims. In 1638, a massive face lift was begun at the hands of Martino Longhi the Younger, converting it to the national church of the Portuguese people.


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