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Chiesa di Santo Stefano e Battistero, Lenno

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#24 of 31 in Historic Sites in Lake Como
Architectural Building Religious Site
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  • went for a walk around the village of Lenno and was fascinated by this old church beautifully kept and worth a look the frescos inside are beautiful.  more »
  • Thus is our second visit and last time there was a craft stall inside but this time nothing. So although it is an interesting baptistry it would not detain you long.  more »
  • As in town..passing by..look inside nice painting and interesting building close to the church on the Plaza  more »
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  • On the way down that detaches from the main road is the Church of Santo Stefano, remarkable building with three naves and chapels, medieval Foundation on early Christian Archaeology and maybe even pay. The most interesting part of the complex is the Romanesque crypt opens under the presbytery: the interior space, with a triple apse, is divided into five sections turn cruise and presents the walls remains of frescoes from the 14th and 16th centuries. The bell tower stands in a corner position and is noteworthy for the concert of 8 bells. Interestingly, on the side of the Church, a stone Roman found on site. Detached from the Church, there is the baptistery, beautiful Romanesque building of the late 11th century octagonal, polygonal apse and small square bell tower, today intended to exhibit space. Retrieved from "discovering the Tremezzina" (Francis Salazar, Edizioni New Press 2017).
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  • To make photos, dark as a tomb
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  • Very nice, if you can go to visit it.
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