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Church of Saint Mary
The church was built at the end of the 8th century. The interior and the façade were presumably carried out in the first half of the 19th century. In the 14th century, Diotallevi di Angeluccio painted several frescoes on the interior. In 1589, the municipal administration of Santa Anatolia commissioned the construction of an organ.
From the 16th century the church was under the giuspatronato of the Dialti family of Santa Anatolia. This family had the high altar made in the 17th century. Reinforcement and renovation works were carried out after the earthquake in 1997. 13th-19th centuries
Zampini Pannaggi house
The complex that today houses the Zampini Pannaggi home used to be a monastery most likely dating back to the 13th – 14th centuries. In 1920, during restoration works, the façade was completely redone; from the original monastic structure, the perimeter has remained intact as well as the part next to the church where elements of the portico, the cloister and the base section of the terrace are visible. There also is a lancet window in stone which is the same as the one in the apse of the church. The owner, Erso Zampini commissioned the futurist architect, Ivo Pannaggi (Macerata 1901-1981) to design the interior of the house between 1925 and 1926. 13th - 20th centuries.