Church of San Prospero at Zena
Parish church of Zena
Dedicated to Saint Prospero, the 18th-century church is a simple building covered by a barrel vault.
Inside the Church are works of art collected or restored by a former parish priest who was also an artist, don Achille Sgorbati; there are also some paintings by him. One of the most notable is a polyptych in pre-Renaissance style (90 figures), divided into 23 panels illustrating episodes in the life of Christ, inspired by St Luke's Gospel.
A crucifix and a fine statue of the Virgin, both of the 18th century, demonstrate the ability of local sculptors in wood.