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Chuch of Saint Salvatore

Chuch of Saint Salvatore

It was build around the 1600, it referes to the parish of the Rosary. It was restructored several times during the years that completely changed the original style. On the side facade there is a rose window in pink trachyte and on the roof there is a bell tower. The planimetry has a rectangular nave, divided in 3 arches. 
In ancient times there were 2 side entrances. On the left there was the entrance "of the wayfarers", where you could find the most poor people asking for some money help. On the right side there was a very little square with the "cumbessias", where stopped wagons with forniture during the fest of the 6th of August dedicated to the Saint.