Church of San Cristoforo Martire
Church of Olmo
A very old building that has been much altered from the 17th century on.
Inside, the church has a nave with side chapels, and contains three precious wooden statues. One, dedicated to St Christopher Martyr, patron saint of the church and the village, is in nordic style and dates from the late 18th century or early 19th.
The other two statues represent the Virgin Mary. One is attributed to Giovanni Setti and dates from the 17th century, while the other, a lovely Madonna delle Grazie, is early 19th century and is the work of a local sculptor.