Built by the Master Builders of Comacini in the XIV century, today it is a National Monument.

The marble façade is crowned by upward sloping arches with alternating light and dark courses; of particular note is the splendid rosette with a lacy interwoven frieze standing over an aedicule bearing a marble relief of Saint Ambrose.

The fresco from the lunette over the central portal was removed and is now preserved inside the church which also holds a noteworthy altarpiece depicting the life of Saint John the Baptist by artists from the great school of the early XVI century.



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