Chiesa di San Zenone a Cologna

The church on the hill is dedicated to Saint Zenone, perhaps in commemoration of the Scaligera rule of Alto Garda during the second half of the 14th century. It was renovated on a number of occasions, but some documents and marvellous frescos suggest that it is extremely old. The face which appears in a sort of open niche between the arcade and the bell tower is attributed to an artist of the early 14th century, for example, while it is believed that the scenes from the life of Saint Margaret, Christ on the column, the temptation of Eve, Saint Catherine and other figures of saints reproduced inside the nave are from the 15th century. 

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