Style: Late-Gothic / Baroque (1563)
Designers : Cavalieri Templari
The church was built on a space previously used as a burial area. The church presents a single nave with a presbitery on a Late-Gothic plant. In the Chapel of Mercy, built in 1686, we can admire an altar in Baroque style. Where once there was the cave, today there is a crypt, with two spacious rooms decorated with coal tempera painting. The main chamber of the crypt is situated under the Chapel of Mercy, where, in the ceiling, we have the representation of the Death holding a sickle.
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