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The Church of Health owes its name to a medieval hospital that went into disuse with the opening of the large hospital of San Benedetto of Alatri.

Inside there are frescoes dating from the fifteenth century, including a Madonna with pronounced belly, a Pietà attributed to Antoniazzo Romano and a Magdalene. The building is privately owned.

 

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