This Parish Church situated in the village of Mezzegra was rebuilt in the 18th century. It is well worth a visit to see elegant marble Baroque altars and its original concave façade with frescoes attributed to Giulio Quaglio. You can also see visible traces of the old Roman chapel nearby.
In one of the surrounding annexes of the church (there are two), you can see the preserved plaster works of Pietro Silva. The other annex has also been decorated frescoes has a wooden altar dating back to the 17th/18th century.