Church of San Zenone

The small church, dedicated to San Zenone and built in the 14th century, stands on a rise in the centre of the town; the building underwent an initial renovation in 1603 and was then rebuilt based on a design by the engineer Luigi Trombetta in 1915-1916, the years in which it was also consecrated. Inside there is a painting depicting Our Lady of the Rosary attributed to Grazio Cossali and valuable 17th-century stuccoes on the façade of the altar of the Sacred Heart. From the small village, you can admire one of the most extensive and beautiful views of the entire Brescian plain.