San Quirico Church

Documented by 1021, but perhaps early Christian origin, rebuilt in the 11th12TH century in Romanesque style. The Church has undergone over time many interventions, even radical, who changed the orientation and shrunk, until its complete rebuilding in 1928. Scarce are the traces of the Romanesque period, limited to a part of the wall facing the right side of the Terminal and in the sacristy which corresponded to the ancient right nave.
The nave, completely decorated in neo-Gothic style, is covered by wooden trusses; the high altar preserves a seventeenth-century painting depicting the Madonna in glory with Saints, approachable to the circle of Francesco Curradi.
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