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The ancient parish church of Santa Maria Assunta in Baselga di Piné

Mentioned for the first time in the XIII century

Mentioned for the first time in the XIII century, it appears to be very ancient in any case. The church has been restored several times and now presents elements of different styles: from Romanic to gothic, from renaissance to baroque. The main altar is wooden baroque, sculpted and gold plated, and the altar-piece is by Pozzi, an artist who worked on the Piné plateau towards the end of the sixteen hundreds. 

Locality: Baselga di Piné (historic centre)