This gallery showcases both the interior and the exterior of the Pieve. Click on the captions to filter the individual categories.
Glazed C15th terracotta panel.
Detail of one of the lions supporting the Ambon.
Original 10th century font.
Detail of the Ambon, figure thought to be Matilde di Canossa.
The church at night.
Corner view of the interior.
The holy water stoup stolen in 2002.
View of the apse as a whole.
One of the lions supporting the Ambon.
Decorative figure on the second lectern.
The mysterious figure above the entrance.
One of the carved heads adorning the font.
The inside from the baptismal font.
The sculpture decorating the altar.
One of the original church bells.
Detail of the lion fighting the warrior.
Head of the lion fighting the dragon.
Overall view of the outside.
Urn with reliefs
The columns with Romanesque Lombard capitals.