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Church of S. Secondo - Ludiano
Switzerland

Su un poggio a N dell’abitato principale.

Sorta sul sedime della chiesa originaria bi absidata, menzionata nel 1293. Imponente costruzione barocca a navata unica orientata con coro semicircolare, costruita attorno al 1780 a opera di Giuseppe Lepori (due pilastri lunga la scalinata d’accesso portano le date 1753 e 1783).

Campanile sul fianco N prob. di origine romanica.

Facciata neoclassica con decorazioni in stucco e nicchie contenenti statue d’epoca recente dei SS. Pietro e Secondo.

Restauro esterno, 1981-83. Luminoso interno coperto da volte a botte lunettate.

Raffinata decorazione in stucco, 1780 ca. Dipinti murali di Lorenzo Peretti, 1800: sulle pareti del coro, Battesimo e Martirio di S. Secondo, nelle cappelle laterali dell Madonna e di S. Carlo Borromeo, i SS. Agostino, Monica, Carlo Borromeo, Antonio da Padova e Giacomo; sopra il portale laterale S., S. Giuseppe; nell’antica cappella battesimale, Battesimo di Cristo.

Quest’ultima contiene una grande tela con il Crocifisso e i santi, XVII sec. Altare maggiore neoclassico in marmi policromi affiancato da due angeli in stucco, prima metà XIX sec.

Acquasantiera del 1618.

(fonte: autori diversi (2008, seconda edizione): Guida d'arte della Svizzera italiana, a cura della Società di storia dell'arte in Svizzera (SSAS), p. 88-89, Edizioni Casagrande, 604 pagine)

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