New on 500px : Divine Chapel by albydido by albydido

The church, probably from the late Renaissance, is mentioned for the first time in a document of 1590.

The religious building was later redesigned by architect Giuseppe both externally and internally Partini in 1884, inspired by sixteenth-century models.

From it comes the statue of the Madonna attributed to Andrea della Robbia, from 1870 onwards, preserved in the church of Our Lady of Vitaleta in the historic center of San Quirico d’Orcia, which it says purchased in 1553 at a workshop in Florence.

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