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The church was built at the end of 1400, and subsequently appointed in 1600 with wooden altars and a large ornate ceiling. The interior is enriched by a magnificent Baroque altar of 1700 era and a picture of Santa Restituta, the patron saint of the town.

Outside is a walled up relief from the end of the sixteenth century, definitely coming from a fortress fountain. Recently, a fresco was rediscovered from the early period of the church, depicting San Rocco which alludes to very frequent illness in those years.