San Cristoforo Church


Belonging to the Diocese of Florence, characterised by an original Romanesque structure, it was Restored in the 20th century, with the addition of the front porch with three arches resting on columns, keeps some frescos discovered in 1973: Of particular interest is the one painted in an alcove on the left with the Eden, the tree of life and two palm trees on the sides, dating from the 15th century and due to Paolo Schiavo.
 Other frescoes depict several saints and are the work of a late 16th century Florentine painter named Romulus, known only thanks to the signature that was possible to trace on these paintings.
On the main altar is a wooden crucifix by Romualdo from Candeli and decorated by Neri di Bicci.