Sanctuaries and Parish Churches

Sanctuary of San Lorenzo

The Sanctuary of San Lorenzo is a late 15th-century building built on a pre-existing medieval chapel. It houses a 15th-century votive fresco of the Madonna and Child, now incorporated into the 17th-century polyptych as an altarpiece, in a rich wooden picture frame.

Other important paintings are placed on the side altars: the Madonna and Child with Saints Firmo and Lorenzo by Francesco Paglia and the painting of St Barnabas and St Gotthard (saints linked to the mountains and snow) by Antonio Cifrondi.

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Villa Carcina

Via San Lorenzo, 41, Villa Carcina

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