Guided visit of St. Sebastiano and Rocco Church in Penia
Holy art. Meeting point by the church
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At the feet of the hill of Dòleda, where witches are said to have gathered, sits Penia, the last built-up area of Val di Fassa coming up from Moena. The church of San Rocco and Sebastiano sits on the "Col de l’Agnol" (hill of the angel). It was consecrated in 1562 and restored in 1988. The little gothic church is flanked by Baroque onion dome topped steeple. Meeting point by the church.