Chiesa di San Rocco a Caneve

Maybe it is the most beautiful example of sacral arts in the territory, for sure the most richly frescoed. It was built at the end of the XV century, it is an aisleless church and square shaped. It has a presbytery which is also square shaped. Its spaces are entirely frescoed with Biblical and Gospel stories. It was first mentioned in the XVII century. The church is subordinated to the parish church Santa Maria Assunta in Arco and the parish church in Caneve. Masses are regularly celebrated. There are opening times for visits.


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