Originally built in 879, this church was renovated and completed in 1482 by famous architect Bramante. He added a 13th century fresco and a relief behind the altar, restored a 14th century wooden sculpture, and converted it into a Renaissance style building. It also has intricate vaulted ceilings and a painting of Madonna that supposedly shed real blood when stabbed, bringing more people here in the 14th and 15th centuries. It's a small church, but packed with decorations and lots of things to look at.
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