località Pescaù 51,
Lezzeno 22025 (CO) Italia

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Codice Fiscale 95120730130

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Some of the most important churches in Lezzeno


Santi Quirico e Giulitta

Loc. Chiesa, 9 - Origine: Medievale

In 1520 reconstruction was started on the site of an existing church, certainly built before 1453: this, in fact, is the date shown on the oldest document that testifies to its existence.

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Holy Mass: on Sunday at 11 am


Santa Marta

Loc. Chiesa, 9

The building, in an elevated position respect to the street level, stands next to the parish church of the town, dedicated to Saints Quirico and Giulitta.

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di San Giuseppe

Loc. Pescaù

This eighteenth-century church is located by the lake, in a landscape that brings back to other times.

The date 1678 is engraved on the Architrave of the main door and this is probably the date of completion of the building. It was built by Bellini family.

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Holy Mass: on Sunday at 9 am


Madonna Dei Ceppi

Loc. Morbia

The legend has handed down to us that this church, exactly dedicated to the Visitation of the Virgin Mary to St. Elizabeth but commonly called the Madonna dei Ceppi, in ancient times it was the “parish church”. The building does not represent any particular artistic aspect, except for the marble statue of the Madonna with the Child that seems to date back to the 15th century.


San Rocco

Loc. San Rocco

Once owned by the noble Silva family, it was built between 1593 and 1642. Inside, there are two side altars decorated with fine stuccos. In the chapel on the left, the canvas that takes up the same subject as the fresco depicting the Pietà with San Rocco from the 17th century which is located behind the main altar by an unknown but skilled painter. In the chapel on the right, a stucco by the sculptor Cesare Bazzoni, a native of Lezzeno in 1816, many of whose works are found in the cemetery.


Madonna delle Grazie

Loc. Bagnana

It is located in Bagnana and was built at the end of the 19th century by developing a small chapel that already existed in 1593. The neoclassical-style facade is beautiful and clean, while inside, behind the current altarpiece, there are still traces of the ancient fresco.


di Sant Antonio

Loc. Sormazzana

The church of Sant Antonio dates back, in its present form, to the 17th century while the bell tower was rebuilt, elevated or only restored in 1886 as can be read in the same under the roof. Inside there is a seventeenth-century altar with a frontal painted on leather depicting Saint Anthony. From here come the two large tempera paintings depicting the Adoration of the Magi and that of the Shepherds currently hanging in the parish church.

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