Parish church of Primeglio.
Built in the seventeenth century, stands next to the castle.
Next to the church stands the bell tower of Romanesque origin but remodeled in the twentieth century.
The church, dating from the seventeenth century, has a central nave with side arches; in the middle of the façade stands the statue of the protector “S. Lorenzo”.
Next to it stands the bell tower, originally Romanesque, raised and remodeled at the beginning of the twentieth century by parishioners who, by lending their work, also contributed to the construction of the parsonage, the loggia of the church and erection, in the center of the square, of the statue to Mary Help of Christians.
The Church, on the back side, is connected, through a Roman arch bridge, to the Castle in order to allow, to the nobles of the time, direct access to the church itself.