Church of Santa Croce della Foce
It was built in the 13th c. on the site of an older chapel. The first mention of the confraternity that still resides there is found as far back as the 15th c.
The structure was radically modified in the 16th -17th c. Among the noteworthy works of art present inside the church are: the “Adoration of the Cross”, a 16th c. banner by Pietro P. Baldinacci and Silvio (1st altar on the left); “St. Charles” by Alessandro Brunelli from Perugia (3rd altar on the left); the “Madonna and Child with Saints” (1668) by Allegrini (2nd altar on the right). The wooden decoration on the high altar, which includes the statues of the “Dead Christ” and of the “Madonna Addolorata” (“Our Lady of Sorrows”), was executed between the 17th and 18th c. by Carlo Magistretti and Domenico Valli. Particularly interesting are the stuccos of the triumphal arch and the ceiling of the nave, both 17th c. works. It is from this church that, on Good Friday of every year, the evocative Procession of the Dead Christ starts.