Church of San Apollinare.
The church is of medieval origin and was erected by the Archbishop Anselmo. Restored in the 1800's, its Romanic bell tower is still intact. For almost half a century it has housed the large biblical crib which, unlike traditional cribs, does not limit itself to representing the events associated with the birth of Jeus, but also extends its figurative narration to some of the most significant events of Sacred Scripture: from the creation of the world to the Nativity, from the escape to Egypt to the spreading of the word of the Gospel by the disciples. It is located in the crypt of the church and develops over 43 dynamic scenes, spreading over a surface area of approximately 350 metres squared.
from antiquity to romanesque