Tempietto, S.Pietro in Montorio, Rome
The Tempietto (1502) was designed by Donato Bramante, one of the greatest architects of the Italian
Renaissance. The building, with a domed rotunda and surrounded by columns, was commissioned by
Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain to commemorate St. Peter ‘s crucifixion. It is located in Rome, in a
convent called San Pietro in Montorio.