Medieval and baroque transformations

The church has been enlarged on three naves facing North and with the façade on the South side in the first half of the fourteenth century. In 1600 the bases were buried to bring the building to the street level and all the frescoes were covered. Following the new regulatory design of Filippo Juvarra (1729), the right aisle was demolished to widen the current Via Milano. Following a violent fire of 1762 the church was rebuilt by the will of the Savoy, bringing it back to three naves, with the interior decoration of Baroque taste.

in the video the gothic interiors and the leftovers of the baroque decoration

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