San Giacomo cathedral, shaped in lumbardy-romanic style, was built by “Maestri Comacini” around 1100 and guests various precious crafts as a “Deposition from the Cross” made by a probable Perugino scholar, an arcaic cross made around 1200, a Foppa triptych and a wooden “Christ deposed from the Cross” with polychromic covering following spanish Baroque style.

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