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The Church of Sant’Elena

The Church of Sant’Elena was characterised by a single nave showing a semicircular E-shaped apse and was built with basalt irregular blocks and cement with low lime levels. This was the typical structure of a building of the Early Middle Ages. The same technique was used for the iconostasis which shows a central door and covers the whole height of the church separating the presbytery from the hall. The façadewas subject to restorative measures during the Romanesque Art period.

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