Provostal Church of San Vittore Martire
The church dates back to 1834 when it was built in a perfect neo-classical style, on the basis of a design by architects Besia and Aluisetti. The interior of the church has a single nave with barrel vaults and three chapels on each side. The bronze frontal on the main altar is worth noticing, it dates back to 1852 and represents the Last Supper. The majority of the paintings, from the Lombardian school, may be dated to between the 16th and 17th centuries. The frescoes and white and gold stuccos on the ceiling were painted by professors Beghè and Bosoni in the 20th century. Over the last few years the temple was restored completely and given a new floor.
Among the artwork in the chapels, note the three Fiamminghini paintings and the table attributed to Marco d'Oggiono.
Gaetano Besia e Giulio Aluisettipainter
Fratelli Della Rovere detti i Fiamminghini