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Church of Saint Augustine, Cremona: Baroque interior, nave looking towards altar
Built by the Augustine order (Hermits of St. Augustine) as part of a monastery (no longer extant) between 1339 and 1345 by incorporating the former church of S Giacomo in Braida. The current building underwent an extensive remodeling of interior spaces in 1553-1737. It is a three-nave church with four chapels, including the chapel of Bonifacio Bembo Cavalcabò. There is a panel by Perugino, now part of the fifth altar.