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San Gaudenzio Church, Baceno
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  • Must see the frescoes of the apse and on the right wall with the large crucifixion by Antonio Zanetti. Missed the whole series of frescoes by Giacomo da Cardone in the counter-façade.
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  • Passing from Baceno it is impossible not to see the Bell Tower and stop to visit this splendid jewel of the 13th century. Impressive façade. Interior rich in frescoes. Be careful to opening times during services because the mere presence will not be tolerated by a zealous Minister.
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  • What about ... beautiful. I'm not an expert on architecture and especially in religious architecture, but the Church is undoubtedly beautiful. You can get there directly from the town centre through a small secondary road and you will arrive right in front of the Church, in the square where you can admire the magnificence of the façade with its large fresco. I also made another short route: always starting from the center of the country and by foot along the main road, you will arrive after a few minutes at the beginning of the village (not sure if it starts from there), on the left there is a street, a sort of great path maybe to go only on foot, which pretty much revolves around the walls or better to the rock on which the Church is built and takes you back to the square. The Church, seen from this perspective, I think it's even more beautiful!
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