San Giuliano Stazzona Like
It is one of the first of a series of churches that recall Sicily as many people that lived in these valleys were forced to emigrate to the the south in the 16 and 17th centuries due to poverty. Whenever they came home they made donations to the church with works of art related to the south. Of note are the stained glass windows of the 15th century and a series of frescos by Fiamminghino (1619), del Recchi (1672) and Giulio Quaglio (1726) embellish the church.
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Lake Como's rich history of church building goes back many centuries. Their storied past includes miracles, political intrigue and competition for parishioner loyalty.