|San Bernardino da Siena|
|English name:||St Bernardine of Siena|
|Dedication:||Bernardine of Siena|
|Address:||Via Degas 19|
San Bernardino da Siena is a modern parish church at Via Degas 19, in the Torre Gaia district. It is in the north part of the suburb of Due Torre, which is south of the Via Casilina and outside the Circonvallazione Orientale.
The patron saint is St Bernardine.
It is a striking polygonal design, built in 1989. The plan is dodecahedronal and the roof is conical, rising to a small lantern. Over the entrance side and the two sides flanking it the roof is extended to form three conjoined canopies shaped like inverted V's. On the three sides on the lateral flanks of the church the roof is extended horizontally over side rooms. The three sides behind the altar have the conical roof and wall meeting. The low exterior walls are in white with individual arched windows, and the roof is grey. There is a free-standing campanile, a white concrete slab with two prongs separated by a parabolic curve. The bells hang inside this curve.