CHURCH OF BIRTH
Church Latin cross plan, with walls of masonry between rafas drawers and brick ribbons. The nave, transept and chancel are covered with a barrel vault and transept with a dome.
The façade has a flare on each side of the cover oculus and is topped by a pediment with oculus, formed by the roof pitch. The main entrance, brick, offers two bodies: the lower door with segmented arch framed by Tuscan pilasters, entablature and broken pediment. The second section repeats the pattern around a niche. The lateral portal also repeating pattern, but is blinded and seems to have lost the pediment; originality displayed as a frieze decorated with diamonds.
The header shows an interesting play of volumes due to the staggering of the roofs and the tower is at the epistle side, leaning to the angle between the nave and transept. Square in plan, stands to the old belfry, having on each side two pilasters on each side of blinded vain. On this the new belfry stood, a vain semicircular recess framed by a rectangle on each side, and surmounted by a hemispherical cap with pedestals in the corners.
The upper end of the chancel retains some interesting murals.
Dedicated to N ª S ª of Sorrows.