Parish church built in the eighteenth century with neoclassical structure and baroque decorations.
The façade and the two side aisles are instead of the early twentieth century.
On the inside vaults are depicted the four Evangelists, the Mystery of the Eucharist and oval with Saints attributed to the school of Pietro Ivaldi di Toleto, called “Il Muto” (XIX century); some interesting paintings, including a Madonna del Rosario with S. Gerolamo and S. Carlo, probably by Il Moncalvo (counter-façade on the right), the Martyrdom of S. Sebastiano, the Transit of S. Giuseppe, the Souls of Purgatory and a seventeenth-century statue of the Madonna del Rosario, painted wood.
The large painting behind the eighteenth-century altar depicts the Assumption with S. Giulia and S. Pietro.
Curious, at the bottom of the left aisle, the reproduction in plaster canvas of the Lourdes cave.
The six large windows contain the depictions of the country churches, with images of the titular Saints.
Apart from the Annunziata, former oratory of Battuti in Piazza Roma now destroyed, all the other buildings are still visible and some retain some valuable architectural elements.
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