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Church of San Gregorio Magno

Church of San Gregorio Magno
TOLINE (BS), ITALY

History, Art, and Conservation.

The Church of San Gregorio Magno, located in Toline in the province of Brescia and dating back to 1430, is a fundamental piece in a cultural journey linked to the Romanino route along the Via Valeriana, frequented as a place of worship in the early years of the sixteenth century. Inside this charming structure, you can admire works of considerable importance, including two side altars of 1573. In 1580, Cardinal Carlo Borromeo ordered the construction of the baptistery near the sacristy and the extension of the main altar.

The heart of the church is enriched with eighteenth-century works by three different authors dating back to the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, depicting subjects such as healers and protectors from the plague, such as San Rocco e San Sebastiano. The presbytery houses frescoes by the artist Domenico Voltolini.

To preserve the integrity of the artworks and the organ, often damaged by hot air and dust generated by an outdated air heating system, we meticulously followed the stringent directives of the Superintendence and installed the revolutionary MORE FTA radiant floor heating system. In addition to providing remarkable comfort, this innovative, low-thickness, low-inertia, and highly efficient system is the perfect solution for the preservation of prestigious environments and works of art. The wooden platform, finally, adds further value to the context in which the Church is situated.


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