A short distance from the much more famous Badia of San Cristoforo, stands this small country church dating back to the end of the 15th century. The most important decorative element is the fresco of the Assumption contained in the main altar, executed in the eighteenth century by artists of the Perugian school, framed by marble columns. The image represents the Madonna with the Child on her lap while two angels crown her with flowers.
According to a popular legend, the golden boot of the Etruscan king Porsenna was buried in a corner of the foundations.
Incrocio tra la SP304 e via Palestro
Castiglione del Lago