Santi Nazaro e Celso Asso Like
Originally a medieval church (XI century) but many additions and changes have taken place over the centuries. For several years it served as the parish church of Sormano, Caglio and Rezzago. The building, located at a higher level than the street, has a porch preceding the façade, with a round arch and entrance portal flanked by two windows. The bell tower no longer exists: it was on the left side of the building and has been replaced, at an unknown time, by a smaller bell which engages over the pitched roof to the right.
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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.