Pieve di Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo, Vittorio Veneto

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  • Late 200 Church (whose origin is, however, date back to the 4th century) located outside the historical centre of Serravalle. The secluded location and the driveway flanked by cypress trees contribute to the charm of this small church. The Romanesque façade, in addition to five-lobed rose window has 2 canopies (which is also found within the 4 corners), while the side entrance on the left side we find a small pillared portico. Within a mixed style between Romanesque and Gothic, we find some paintings but especially many frescoes, dating back to the 16th century.
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  • Valuable sacred building located in the hamlet of Sant'Andrea in Serravalle. Gothic style with several frescoes, not all well preserved. It is the oldest church in Vittorio Veneto.
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  • This church is the oldest of Vittorio Veneto inside there are frescoes by Marvel
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  • A long Avenue flanked by cypress trees leads to the parish of Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo, isolated in an area that once served as a cemetery. The term indicates a parish church with baptistery, which was headed by the Christianization of a territory, and this corresponds to the Foundation of Saint Andrew in the 4th or 5th century, at the time of the martyrdom of St. Augusta. The building is rebuilt in Romanesque style and consecrated in 1303 with great emphasis in the Chronicles of the time. The façade has a five-lobed rose window in the middle and two burial canopies. On the South side stands the seventeenth-century bell tower while the opposite sits a small Renaissance porch. The Interior is very impressive, has a nave covered by trusses, with four elegant canopies at the corners. Notable is the decorative kit: mostly from the 15th and 16th century frescoes (Antonello from Serravalle, Francesco da Milano, Palm); sculptures (11th century baptismal font with monolithic tub, two wooden crucifixes of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, a Renaissance altar with St Catherine), wooden Tabernacle and altarpiece by Tiziano school; paintings attributed to Palma the younger (1548-1628) and Francesco Frigimelica (1560-1649). Retrieved from "Vittorio Veneto and Treviso Alps" (Francis Salazar, Touring Editore, 2017)
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