CHURCH OF SANTA MARIA DEL POPOLO
The Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, also known as the “Church of the Madonnella“, was originally outside the castle and was then rebuilt, in the eighteenth century, within the walls.
Small in size, it has a single nave and a rectangular plan with a barrel vault decorated with stuccoes. The side walls are decorated with pilasters at the top of which are Corinthian capitals surmounted by arches, stuccoes and a beautiful frame that runs along the entire internal perimeter. In a niche behind the altar there is a valuable wooden statue of the Madonna from the 17th – 18th century.