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The church is located in the historic centre just below the medieval castle and the first reports dates back from 1295. It has undergone several restorations over the centuries and has its own unclassifiable style.

You enter from a simple stone facade adorned only by a modern door with sculpted bronze plaques.

The interior has a Latin cross-shaped plan with a decorated ceiling. Above the main altar lies the painting of the ” Santissima Vergine Assunta in Cielo” surrounded by Angels of the twentieth century and that of “Santissimo Salvatore” of Tuscany school.

On a side chapel dedicated to the protector San Michele Arcangelo there are three paintings of the saint and a sculptured carved statue that is brought to processions.

In the church are the relics of Father Marcello da Torre, a Franciscan friar who died in the breath of holiness living at the end of 1500.