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The church was rebuilt several times from a XIII century construction. The building has a very old architectural setting with the campanile placed at the center of the facade. Today is seen the eighteenth century version that has three naves covered with vaults.

Of particular interest are two ornaments: a pulpit with an original lectern traced to Cosmati, dating from the thirteenth century and adorned with sculptures and mosaics. The second is the monument to Bishop William III Capoferro who died in 1352 and whose grave was discovered during the post-war reconstruction.

You enter the church through two bronze doors: the “Mystical Rose” in 1994 and that dedicated to San Vittore Martyrs of 1998, both works of the sculptor Alberto Di Campli.

A bronze bas-relief and the altar crucifix is ​​by the sculptor Alfiero Nena.