Guided visit to San Nicolò church
Holy art. Guided visit to San Nicolò church
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Between the homes and Meida’s ski slopes stands Pozza’s church steeple, built in honour of the town’s patron San Nicolò who, on December 6th, accompanied by angels and devils, brings gifts to the children of the whole valley. The original building, which was smaller that the one we see today, dates back to the late fourteen hundreds, as shown on the Romanesque doorway. A different doorway bears the year 1560, the year of some extension works. Meeting point at the church in San Nicolò square. Free activity.