At one kilometer from the centre of Budrio is one of the most ancient parish churches in the Bolognese area.
The current architectural style of the exterior is the result of 18th-century rebuilding, while evidence of its high-medieval origins can be seen in the Roman and Lombard epigraphs (5th-8th centuries) and above all in the “sunken church”, of which only the apse is now accessible.
This church is hidden under the floor of the building: beneath the floor there are three naves ending in three semicircular apses. Discovered in 18th century, the ancient church today is filled with mud and it can only be visited in the apse.
There is also a notable Carolingian cross and a baptism font carved from a late-Roman capital, as well as works by the Gandolfi and the School of Guido Reni.
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