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This oratory, built in 1677 thanks to the legacy of Auditor Carlo Spadazzi and transformed into a church about ten years later, is the most ancient religious building in Fusignano. Survived to the World War II, it has been restored and presents an interesting shrine in the facade.

Inside the oratory, by the altar, you can admire a painting depicting San Gaetano from Thiene genuflected by the Vergin. The painting dates back to 1771.

Address: Via Viola - Fusignano - 48034 (RA)
Tel: 0545 955653, info - Information Office
Fax: 0545 50164
E-mail: urp@comune.fusignano.ra.it

How to get there
The oratory is close to the Parish church, in the historical town centre. Car parks available.

Open on: open upon request (tel. 0545 50173)

Last update: 03/06/2016 (Redazione locale di Fusignano)

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