Chiesa di San Bartolomeo

Romanesque building dating from the 13th century

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The church stands on a rocky outcrop next to the Morobbia river. It is first documented in 1218. Remnants of its Romanesque origins remain in the form of the rectangular hall and bell tower. The rectangular choir and roof that extend over the portico in front of the façade were built in the late 16th century. The interior of the building underwent a transformation in the 17th century. The façade bears traces of a 15th-century fresco of the Enthroned Madonna. The church belongs to the parish of Giubiasco and is currently disused.