THE CURCH OF SAINT ROCCO
The church of Saint Rocco, located in Corso IV Novembre, dates back to the XVI century. It was destroyed during the Great War and then rebuilt. Recently the inside of the building has been renovated.
The church is built in Romanesque style with cotto tiles, stones and a magnesite floor and is 28 metres long and 11 metres wide. The frescos on the ceiling and walls are by Adolfo Mattielli. Behind the main altar you can see the circular retrochoir, and on the sides stand other two altars. On the North side there is the bell tower, carved in stone; the bell chamber has three bells.
In 2001, the church has been restored by Andrea Paganin.