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DESCRIZIONE

The museum, housed in a large room at Palazzo Roffia, displays a large number of works of art, sacred vestments and devotional objects.

The collection has been formed over time thanks to generous bequests and donations from the population for the activity of aiding the sick. Particularly noteworthy are the horse-drawn ambulance from the 19th century and the 18th century street lamps that are still used today on important religious occasions.

The collection also boasts precious reliquaries and the wooden group of the Deposition, consisting of the almost life-size figures of Christ, the Virgin and Saint John.




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