|Even some residents of Stignano have|
not been inside the doors of this church,
but we are fortunate to have a private
|Though built around 1200, some of the art is from the years of the Renaissance, around 1300 to 1400.|
|On the floor of the presbytery, in front of the|
niche for the patron saint, is the Spadoni tomb.
|Carlo straightens the curled corners of this sign posted|
outside the church, which has information in English.
|This restored Renaissance-era painting shows Mary enthroned with|
Jesus, between Saint Andrew and John the Baptist. To the right is a
deteriorating older fresco, once covered with gray paint, that shows
Saint Andrew and another saint.
|The quality craftsman-|
ship of these wooden
trusses has held up for
nearly 1000 years.
|This broken organ is more than 300|
|These two paintings on wood have been retouched to|
restore color. The top one shows Mary and some
saints. The bottom depicts the slaughter of the innocents.