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Situated near Castelmuzio, in the municipality of Trequanda, the Romanesque church dates back to 1285, while the bell tower was added in the sixteenth century and the high altar in the following century in front of which is the altar in walnut from the post-conciliar period, separated by a wooden railing. The gabled façade features a Gothic-style portal surmounted by a high single-lancet window with a stained glass window depicting Saint Stephen; the interior consists of three naves ending in apses.