Norea

Norea

The Church of St. Bartholomew the Fraz. Norea dates back to the seventeenth century and has been the restoration of the facade and the reconstruction of the square in 1993 and 1994, the last time was extended was blessed by Don Martini Prior. The church is rectangular with a side aisle located on the east side addition to the original building and an adjoining body of the building on the south side / west for housing. Being located next to the main communication, the chapel has undergone many transformations. The structure of the original body is in mixed brick masonry and plastered stone, except for the west and south elevations. The facade is traditionally simple triangular pediment, without decorations, with a central gate and lobata window and has at its center above the door the depiction of the Madonna Immacolata. The main nave is covered by a barrel vault and barrel vault domed scratch; the aisle is surmounted by a time to suck and is divided into two part by a wall that separates the chapel from the sacristy.

On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel. The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile. The main nave is covered by a barrel vault and barrel vault domed scratch; the aisle is surmounted by a time to suck and is divided into two part by a wall that separates the chapel from the sacristy. On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel. The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile. The main nave is covered by a barrel vault and barrel vault domed scratch; the aisle is surmounted by a time to suck and is divided into two part by a wall that separates the chapel from the sacristy. On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel. The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile. the aisle is surmounted by a time to suck and is divided into two part by a wall that separates the chapel from the sacristy. On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel.

The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile. the aisle is surmounted by a time to suck and is divided into two part by a wall that separates the chapel from the sacristy. On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel. The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile. On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel. The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile. On the north side it is attached to the main facade a square bell tower masonry brick-face view (with the exception of the façade wall) divided into four parts by cornices. In a notarized document we speak of a contract entered into under the portico of St. Bartholomew, the structure now disappeared, possibly incorporated in the ‘expansion of the original chapel.

The date is stated on the memorial Parish Bulletin Holy Trinity of Prea, 1966 edited by Don Alberto Mandrile.