ⓘ Duomo di SantAntonio Martire, Fara in Sabina. Construction of this church was begun in the 13th-century at the site of a small castle-associated church called S ..

                                     

ⓘ Duomo di SantAntonio Martire, Fara in Sabina

Construction of this church was begun in the 13th-century at the site of a small castle-associated church called Santa Maria in Castello. The church has undergone various restorations over the centuries, and its facade now has an eclectic neo-classical style. In prior centuries, the church had been owned by the nearby Abbey of Farfa and had been elevated to a collegiate church. The Romanesque-style multi level bell-tower with mullioned windows stands apart from the church.

The interior contains a canvas depicting St Anne and the Virgin Education of the Virgin by Vincenzo Manenti and a Crucifixion with the Virgin and St John attributed to followers of Guido Reni. The wooden tabernacle on the main altar was designed by Vignola. A The church has a curious crucifix, fashioned in the East, using human hair. The church has processional silver cross and wooden icon statue of SantAntonio in the sacristy.