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Oratorio della Nunziatella

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At the very beginning of via Umberto I, not far from the eighteenth-century church of Suffrage, is the Oratorio della Nunziatella (small chapel of the girl who received the annunciation). Built in 1494 on commission of the municipality of Foligno, probably designed by the architect Francesco di Bartolomeo di Pietrasanta, the small building was built in the place where, according to tradition, in 1489 near a fresco depicting the Virgin, a prodigious event took place. On that occasion, the town wanted to dedicate a temple to the Madonna to ensure its protection. The interior decoration, with very fine details, is embellished by two famous works created by Perugino: The Baptism of Jesus and The Eternal Father.

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