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Chiesa di San Cristoforo, Vercelli
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  • Contains al.suo fundamental internal frescoes by Gaudenzio Ferrari. Very interesting. Take an hour or so, you'll be rewarded.
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  • Very beautiful church in the center of the ville.a see if you go through not miss to visit
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  • One of the churches that we vowed not to Miss! Built in 1515 by the will of the Humiliated after the demolition of the existing Church, dating from the twelfth century; the Interior has three naves and the area reserved for the faithful is divided from the chancel by a large multicolored marble balustrade designs by Filippo Juvarra from an artistic point of view this church is considered among the most significant in the history of art under the works, made by the painter Gaudenzio Ferrari. The episode with the birth of the Virgin is the most affected and what we can admire today represents a magnificent example of his greatest paintings. Also very interesting for the study of the customs of the time. Not to be missed!
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  • The beautiful frescoes by Gaudenzio Ferrari and the altarpiece of the Madonna and child, St. Joseph and other Saints, deserve the title of "Sistine Chapel of Vercelli"
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  • Nice and just truly a gem of art
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