Now deconsecrated, it was recently purchased and restored by the Municipality of Bormio. Since the beginning of the 19th century, the structure has been abandoned as a place of worship, becoming first a barn, then a tool shed, a dormitory and finally a private home. The structure is worth visiting thanks to the beautiful frescoes preserved inside and enhanced by recent restoration work.
As far as the origin of the paintings is concerned, those on the walls and in the apse date back to the 15th century, while the vault, which is stylistically and thematically uniform, seems to date back to the first half of the 16th century. Among the most important frescoes to remember are The Coronation of the Virgin (probably the work of Giovannino da Sondalo's workshop) and the scene of the Virgin Ursula with her husband, attributable to Bertolino de Buris.
- Registration compulsory within 5.00 p.m. of the previous day c/o Tourist Office of Bormio
- max: 12 people
- free activity
- mandatory Green Pass