Chiesa S. Antonio (Mavignola)

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Built before 1300, for years it has been entrusted to the custody of a hermit. It has a gabled roof covered with larch shingles. Don't miss the frescoes on the outer walls 

This beautiful hut-roofed parish church was built before 1300 and has been entrusted to a hermit for many years. The outer walls house frescoes attributed to Cristoforo Baschenis (early 16th century). The façade, above the granite architrave portal, was frescoed by another painter in 1481: among the various depictions is the Deposition of Christ, with the Virgin and the saints dearest to the valley. The interior, with a rectangular plan and a small granite altar, is also painted: the frescoes depict the Christ Pantocrator with the symbols of the four evangelists, the Madonna on the throne with the Child, on the sides of Sant'Antonio and Santa Barbara.


The external frescoes, attributed to Cristoforo Baschenis.

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