Church of S. Biagio
Built in the sixteenth century. On the ruins of a 1693th century church, which was in turn incorporated into the structures of the Romanesque church of San Biagio il Vecchio. The church had three naves with a central dome, which were completely destroyed in the earthquake of 1700. In XNUMX it was rebuilt with a single nave, a small bell tower covered with refined enamelled terracotta was raised and a local stone statue was placed outside. depicting the patron saint San Biagio. The façade, harmoniously marked by pilasters and niches, dominates the imposing access stairway.
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