Cattedrale Maria SS. Assunta
The cathedral was built by the Jesuits in 1610 in honor of St. Ignatius of Loyola whose representation is present in the upper side of the late Baroque façade. Inside are kept in a silver urn the venerable remains of the patron San Corrado di Baviera and also the XVIIcentury Neapolitan school silver half-bust of the saint by sculptor G. Todaro. Moreover you can see the Assumption of Mary represented by Corrado Giaquinto on the oil painting on canvas of the XVIII century, a painting of the nineteenth century by the Neapolitan painter Fischietti depicting Our Lady of Sorrows,and a Sienese school oil painting with the 'Transit of Our Lady' of the sixteenth century.