Il Complesso Di San Filiberto, Pella

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  • The church is the oldest chapel on the western coast of Lake Orta, built around the 11th century with the apse facing east. It is adorned with a tour of fourteen chapels dating back to 1794 depicting the Way of the Cross. In front of the facade of the church is the Romanesque bell tower dated between 1075 and 1110. It features a simple square-plan structure with thin slits at the bottom and two floors of bifurcaus at the top, with brick arches and mid-stone columns. The church has a hut facade with the entrance door edged with granite and with an oculus closed by a glass. Inside the church is formed by a single aisle with a ground ceiling in beams and wooden planks. Two stem waterways remain, a granite-column fence (1781) and the polychrome wooden main altar. On one wall came to light, at the beginning of the century, a part of fresco representing St. Julius and other figures with popular faces difficult to interpret where in Gothic characters you read the name of St. Filiberto
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  • Beautiful Romanesque construction of the 11th century well preserved.
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