The church of San Lorenzo rises behind the perimeter walls of Torre del Colle, which was in the 14th century feud of the Counts of Antinano, precisely on the highest point of the small village. Its modest façade overlooks a pretty square from which you can see an idyllic panorama.

The original construction of the 10th century has undergone significant external modifications which do not change the early medieval style.

The Church of San Lorenzo gives its name to the entire village that rises around the small building of Christian worship.

Inside the Church of San Lorenzo there is a sixteenth-century canvas representing Madonna in Gloria and San Pietro, Paolo and Francesco. The work is attributed to Ascensidonio Spacca.

 

Annarita Falsacappa, Giovanni Mariotti, Paolo Porzi – BEVAGNA GEMMA DEL PIANO. Immagini insolite e storie inedite – Dimensione Grafica Editrice – 2013 – pp. 229-236