City of Mogliano
Via Roma, 54 to 0733 557 771
The “cowl” is the first medieval center where the ancient castle.
Church of St. Nicholas: the eighteenth century, now converted into an auditorium. It ‘a little gem of Baroque art; over the altar a painting by A. Ricci. Flanked by two beautiful paintings: “Madonna with Child and St. Nicholas of Bari and Agatha” and “Blessed Peter of Mogliano and St. Anthony of Padua.”
Parish Church of St. Gregory the Great: a time “outside the city walls,” just because they built beyond the castle moat. Has undergone several changes, the last of which in the eighteenth century when it was “turned” (the priest was moved from the entrance). In the sacristy a great picture of GB Fabiani “Blessed Peter meets fellow citizens freeing them from the plague”; It is interesting because the setting is represented Mogliano as it appeared in the ‘700.
Town Hall: the end of ‘500. Designed as a home of the rich and noble family Forti, you can admire both the basement with arches and vaults, and the rooms on the main floor with beautiful paintings and coffered ceilings, the floor is now used as a historical archive and library.
Benedictine monastery: it was built in 1630 by the Benedictines of Cassino (nuns) who stayed for about two centuries. in 1855 it was given to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Turin who still reside there. The monastery is the adjoining Church of St. Grisogono rococo.