Sant'Andrea is a baroque-style, Roman Catholic church in the town of Pioltello, region of Lombardy, Italy.
The church we see now was mainly erected in the 16th-century, but has undergone substantial modifications over the centuries. A church at the site existed by the 13th century. A main reconstruction and expansion occurred during 1742-1745, when the façade and bell-tower were refurbished under the designs of Carlo Giuseppe Merlo. The chapels of the Rosary and of St Francis of Paola were decorated in the 18th century.
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