Church of Santi Cosma e Damiano
The church goes back to the early years of the 13th century but was considerably modified in the 17th. The façade at one time was towards the cemetery but now faces the piazza. Inside is a nave without aisles, but side chapels have been added, easily distinguished on account of the difference in materials.
Adjacent to the church are some houses, forming the oldest complex in the area, where there was an Olivetan convent, as the church was cared for by the monks of this Order in the 17th century.
The frescoes in the presbytery recount the martyrdom of Saints Cosmas and Damian; on the left at the bottom is the biscione (the serpent), symbol of the Visconti.
The chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes is a recent construction, the result of a vow made by Carla Erba, the wife of Giuseppe Visconti.
Traces of mediaeval frescoes are visible on the left of the altar.