The San Giovanni’s Church, placed in Cerasolo, is a little treasure of sacred art, inside it there are some beautiful paintings of the sixteenth century, the Romagna School, including three paintings by Marian subject: the Sun Virgin, the Virgin with San Bernardino, and the Rosary Lady.
At the entrance, you will find a stone baptismal font dating back to 1572 and a moving stone statue representing the Virgin with Child of the sixteenth century. Along the altar area you could admire the typical century polychrome decoration. There is also a small masterpiece, dating from the eighteenth century, a pipe organ, built by Francesco Masconi.
Not far from the church, you will find still visible traces of the ancient walls of the Cerasolo Castle, built around the fourteenth century, that it went almost completely destroyed.

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