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The Romanesque church is deconsecrated and has been declared a national monument.

Its origins date back to 1250, as a result of the will of the priest Don Leonardo Infante. Inside there are numerous well-preserved frescoes of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, including a fine image of San Michele. In ancient times this church celebrated the Holy Mass on November 1, the Feast of All Saints, which is why the church is called All Saints.

The building has a rectangular shape with a small apse and, in its time, was a hospital during the plague and then a small cemetery for the poor.