Santi Cosma e Damiano Albavilla Like
Built towards the end of 1300 to replace an existing chapel. The church, a single nave, built of local stone and brick, houses the remains of votive frescoes of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It underwent two periods of restoration: one in 1977 that affected the external parts, the other in 1983 that extended to those inside, especially apse and altar. The bell tower, supported by a pillar inside the church is Romanesque.
More to Explore.
Lake Como's rich history of church building goes back many centuries. Their storied past includes miracles, political intrigue and competition for parishioner loyalty.