I think that this small oratory in the historic centre of Perugia has an unusually lovely facade, coloured in pinks and blues, and using terracotta and limestone as a few of the building materials.
The polychrome front was completed in 1461, and is one of the earliest works of the Renaissance in Perugia.It has some wonderful scenes in colours rarely seen on church facades. (The first photo is courtesy of Bill Thayer, who has some wonderful Umbrian pix on his website)
Below is a delightful musical angel, taken from a relief in the lunette over the double doors. It depicts San Bernardino in Glory with a host of angelic musicians.
And a gryphon, a symbol of the city of Perugia.
The facade was decorated by Agostino di Duccio, who used scenes from the life of San Bernardino, with figures of Annunication.
The oratory was comissioned in 1451, soon after the canonization of San Bernardino of Siena. It's located next to San Francesco al Prato on the fringe of Perugia's hilltop historic centre.
The interior is quite plain, but I was intrigued by this banner (below), attributed to Benedetto Bonfigli, and comissioned by the Commune of Perugia after an outbreak of plague in 1464. It was credited with miraculous powers and shows the Madonna dell Misercordia, protecting Perugia from angels firing arrows. (I didn't want to use a flash, so I apologize for the less-than-vivid colours.)