Culture - Museums - Churches
This church that seems to date back to the 5th-6th century, has been repeatedly rebuilt. In a document of 1875, it was named as a baptismal parish church and then was consecrated in 1062 by Pope Alexander II, who, according to tradition, was a parish of Pescia. Entirely rebuilt after the fire of the city in 1281, it preserves some testimonies dating back to the thirteenth century. The traces of the wall on the left side, the remains of the ambo adapted to a lectern and the bell tower, which is considered an ancient tower of the circle walls partially modified by the insertion of single windows, mullioned windows and triple-windows in 1306, date back to this time. The present forms date back to 1684 when the church was completely rebuilt following the collapse of the dome that destroyed most of this medieval building.