A church notable for its eighteenth-century decorative apparatus, in the center of a popular and lively district of commerce and crafts.
The site, along the Roman route that bypassed the early medieval walls, is of a thousand-year-old church, completely rebuilt in the 16th century and decorated inside in the 18th century by important Genoese painters. Today it presents itself on its small square, as an enclave of tranquility in the center, sheltered from the large gardens of Strada Nuova and the busy paths leading down to the port.
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