The St. Peter's Complex in Consavia set on Corso Alfieri and is one of the most significant monuments
of Asti. The church, in late Romanesque Piedmont style, dates from the middle of the fifteenth century and has a nice outside terracotta frieze, taken around the windows. Inside, a marble bas-relief of the fourteenth century has been adapted to the altar. From the church leads to the Baptistery, which because of its octagonal shape is called "La Rotonda". Probably built on the remains of a small Roman temple, the baptistery is the oldest monument in the city. Inside, the dome rests on a ride of eight columns with cubic capitals. At the center, there is a beautiful baptismal font of the sixteenth century. In the cloister of the complex there is the Archaeological and Paleontological Museum.
Times Allowed for Weddings
2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month - From 3 pm to 6 pm.
- Ceremony - 500 Euros
- Catered Reception - 750 Euros