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Church of SS. Matteo and Maurizio
Switzerland

Chiesa dei SS. Matteo e Maurizio, a E del villaggio. Consacrata nel 1369.

Chiesa a Navata unica risalente prob. Al XIII sec. con coro poligonale aggiunto posteriormente.

In facciata compaiono le date 1643, 1672 e 1890, riferibili prob. a dei rifacimenti. Restauro 1988-1909 (Fernando Cattaneo).

Accanto al lato S. del coro si erge il campanile romanico non intonacato, con due piani di bifore disuguali, XII sec.

Ad ambedue le coppie di contrafforti esterni corrispondono all’interno archi trasversali portanti il soffitto con orditura a vista e sottotetto in tavelle dipinte.

Nel coro voltato a botte lunettata: pala con i SS. Maurizio e Sebastiano al cospetto della Madonna, prima metà XVII sec.

Sulla parete S. della navata: affresco tardogotico con i SS. Lazzaro e Giovanni Battista, ridipinti.

Alla parete N.: tela con la Madonna e i SS. Domenico e Caterina, XVIII sec. Nel fianco S. si apre la cappella di S. Antonio con altare in stucco, prima metà del XVII sec., contenente la statua del santo, d’epoca posteriore.

(fonte: autori diversi (2008, seconda edizione): Guida d'arte della Svizzera italiana, a cura della Società di storia dell'arte in Svizzera (SSAS), p. 379, Edizioni Casagrande, 604 pagine)

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