St Marguetire Church in Carcheto Brustico
The baroque church was built by local craftsmen from Castagniccia to xviie et xviiie centuries. It is flanked by an immense openwork bell tower and its facade presents a harmonious composition with its warm-colored stones. The baroque interior is touchingly simple but the paintings are quite deteriorated. Its location makes it one of the most picturesque churches in the area. The building is classified as historical monuments in 1976.z
Church of St Perre and Paul de Piedicroce
The building contains many works, from xviecentury at nineteenthe century, property of the town and all classified Historical Monuments. Paintings, hotels, a tribune organ, a way of the cross, different virgins etc ...
The church was completed by a bell tower adjoining the left side of the main facade. This western facade has a triangular pediment with two volutes flanking the upper level, and a niche fully decorated with painted patterns: a shell occupies the entire vault of the cul-de-four.
A recent restoration of the facade has highlighted a polychromy which, applied to the animated elements of the decor, contributes to assert the baroque character of the whole.
The interior consists of a single nave and seven side chapels, richly decorated in a Rococo style. The ceiling is decorated with frescoes depicting the Resurrection of Christ. The walls also have a rich ornamentation.
Church of St. John the Baptist of Porta
The church and its campanile, of Baroque style, were built in xviiie century (1700 - 1725) - masterpieces Baina Domenico and Francescone, and classified Historical Monuments from 1975. Protected elements: the campanile, the interior decor and the exterior decor.
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Parish Church of the Annunciation, whose carved wooden door (1774) is classified as Monument since 1992. According to oral tradition, the door was made by a bandit to redeem himself from his crime. The door was erected on 20 May 1774.