San Martino Church

The church of San Martino, whose name is linked to the cult of the saint of the cloak shared with Jesus, has a long
history. It was first built outside the 16th-century walls in the 13th century until it was entrusted to the Servants of
Mary in 1468, who oversaw its construction.

Today’s structure dates back to 1736 and is attributable to the architects Rossi and Valeri, contains stuccoes that make it emblematic of the Baroque.

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