The construction of the chapel, which stands isolated on a hilltop in the hamlet of Ottini, dates back to the 12th century, although today the Romanesque features of the original building have been only partially preserved.
In fact, it is assumed that the church was remodeled or rebuilt in the 18th century.
The apse is embellished with hanging arches resting on corbels and divided into three bays in which multi-arched windows open.
The masonry on the sides alternates terracotta and sandstone bands, while the interior and facade have been completely remodeled.
The rectangular hall interior preserves a unique altar in stuccoed masonry imitating marble.
It stands in a panoramic position.
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