Church of San Leonardo

This church was most likely built in the 19th century on the ruins of a pre-existing church. As a result of the work done in the 1990s, the external structure now has exposed granite with buttresses at the sides, and the facade has a small bell tower. Inside there is a single nave divided into three bays by two arcs of granite and covered by a structure made of wood. This church was joined by a building of more recent construction that is used as a kitchen for recurring festivals dedicated to the saints.

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