Church of San Martino
It is a Gothic building from the 15th century; inside, there are frescoes from the Lombard school at the time of its construction and a main altar made of Candoglia marble sculpted with "stories of the Virgin" by Giovanni da Campione and his workshop.
Originally intended for the Charterhouse of Pavia, the altar was installed here because its iconography, which references apocryphal Gospels, did not meet ecclesiastical standards.
The most important work in the church is the altar sculpted by Giovanni da Campione. Also attributed to him are the small marble columns that decorate the vestibule opposite the parish. Amodeo, on the other hand is attributed with the two medallions on the facade that come from the Certosa, as do the statues that decorate it and those on the bell tower.
Giovanni da Campione
The church is generally open for the worship