Santa Maria delle Croci

The single nave church, once dedicated to Saint Apollonia, was built in the 10th century and rebuilt in the 15th century following the Renaissance style, period which the rose window of the facade and the round windowed apse with lunettes in the vault, belong to. It used to be connected to an important Medieval hospital that was nearby. In the 80s the building went to the Municipality and was changed into a museum.

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