The first nucleus dedicated to Severino, patron saint of the city, was built at the top of Mount Nero around the year 944. The bell tower and the facade, in Romanesque-Gothic style, date back to the 13th century.
The interior, the result of 18th and 20th-century alterations, preserves the wooden choir carved by Domenico Indivini in late 15th century. The beautiful frescoes, depicting the stories of St. John the Evangelist and executed by Lorenzo and Jacopo Salimbeni, are now preserved in the nearby Civic Art Gallery “P. Tacchi Venturi”.
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