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We visited this small but richly decorated chapel of Santo Stefano. We also visited the crypt. It is still used for religious celebrations to this date. I'm not sure to what time it dates. but the the architecture must be well over two hundred years...More
A simple octagonal baptistery from the 11th century. No longer used for church purposes. It's not always open either. On Tuesdays there is a weekly market in front of the chapel. Then it's usually open. From spring to late autumn, however, exhibitions of local artists...More