San Biagio Church

The parish appears in the documents from the thirteenth century, as a suffragan of the parish of Luriano.

During the eighteenth century it was completely rebuilt in a place different from the original one. The current building is the result of a further restoration made in the late thirties of the twentieth century in Neo-Romanesque style, with parried gray Pietroni, portal with round arch and Bifora little below the tympanum. The church was annexed, in the same intervention, the bell tower with quadrangular section.


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