Ss. PETER AND PAUL’S PARISH CHURCH
The original church had a gabled façade and towards the end of 1600 it was lengthened and elevated with a vaulted ceiling. On account of this, the apse and the presbytery are out of proportion to the aisle.
The church still preserves Renaissance traces in the columns of the prothyrum, in the sandstone gate and in the fresco portraying the Madonna of the Swallow on the left side of the altar.
Inside, works from Fantoni’s atelier and the imposing wooden machine to celebrate the Holy Triduum stand as remarkable art vestiges.
- PIAZZA SAN PIETRO