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Chiesa di S. Maria Assunta

Built on a primitive church dedicated to S. Biagio, with a Romanesque bell tower and a gabled façade, the building shows the enlargements that date back to the 15th and 17th centuries and the most recent restorations in 1931. Some of the frescoes inside date back to the first half of the fifteenth century, those depicting the dinner and the figure of a saint on the left under the Crucifixion, for the figurative workmanship and friezes, are attributable to the workshop of the Seregnesi. According to Gilardoni, the Last Supper can perhaps be attributed to Lombardus de Lugano himself, who signed the frescoes in the chapel of Lottigna (Val Blenio) with Cristoforo da Seregno.