Mentioned as early as 1251, the Church of San Lorenzo Martire in Fauglia collapsed in the terrible earthquake of 1846.

It was later rebuilt in a more central location with a simple façade in neo-Renaissance style, punctuated by three blind arcades.

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interior and the bell tower

The interior is divided into three naves; on the altar at the head of the right nave is a painted terracotta relief with the venerated image of the ‘Madonna del Soccorso’.

The remains of the old church near the cemetery are the bell tower and the rectory.

The bell tower and the spaces where the church building stood are being redeveloped for cultural initiatives.

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