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Sant'Ambrogio, Gabbioneta Binanuova

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Sant'Ambrogio Vescovo is a Baroque-style, Roman Catholic church located on Via Libertà #2 in the town of Gabbioneta-Binanuova in the province of Cremona, region of Lombardy, Italy.

History

The single nave structure was erected in the late 17th-century atop an earlier structure. The facade was not completed until 1710. It has two frescoes at the entrance by Eliodoro Coccoli: St Ambrosius enters Milan and the Immaculate Conception.

The interiors still retain the 17th-century altars, with marble bases and polychrome faux-marble, dedicated to the Madonna, the Sacred Heart, and containing altarpieces depicting Saint Antony of Padua and a Deposition with St Roch. The Organ was made by the Amati family in 1860. The church gained from the patronage of the Pallavicino family.

References

Sant'Ambrogio, Gabbioneta-Binanuova Wikipedia


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