Church of the Beata Vergine Maria

Numerous frescoes and marble bas-reliefs adorn the impressive baroque church

This impressive baroque church is in Brancolino, a village of Nogaredo, not far from the Rovereto Nord motorway exit.

The first evidence of a place of worship in this town dates back to 1200. In the fifteenth century, the powerful Lodron family expanded and gave the church and the adjoining house to the Conventual Friars of San Antonio.
Several frescoes adorn the walls and ceiling: the series of Saints (Anthony the Great and Jerome, Agatha, Lucy, Cecilia, Brigit, M. Magdalena, Apollonia, Catherine of Alexandria), events relating to Saint Francis and especially the Blessed Virgin.

The church is also adorned by a marble bas-relief of the Madonna and Child (set in the magnificent high altar) and five remarkably large oil paintings depicting the birth of Mary, her entrance to the Temple, the Annunciation, the presentation of Jesus and Mary’s encounter with Elizabeth.

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Church of the Beata Vergine Maria

38060 Brancolino di Nogaredo (TN)

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