Church of the Nativity of the Virgin
The Church of the Nativity of the Virgin was remodelled in the Baroque and Rococo styles in the 18C. It was originally built for a convent of Augustinian canons. The frescoes harmonize with the exuberant sculpted decoration. The furnishings are loaded with statues and gilt in the purest Rococo tradition.
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