Parish church of San Pantaleone
The church was built in 1722. It has three naves divided up by stone monolithic columns.
-the stone portal with carved paneled doorway, surmounted by a wooden statute of the patron Saint Pantaleon, which took the place of the original 18th century one, which has now been restored and is housed in the small museum inside the same church.
- the main altar and the balustrades date back to the 18th century and are a gift from count Perrone, the owner of the mines of Ollomont at the time. The same count is said to have also donated the canvas above the main altar, a painting from the Flemish school showing the virgin and the saints chosen as the protectors of the parish during the various eras.
- the baptistery with the stone bath dating back to the 15th century.
- the wooden pulpit with carved panels from the 18th century
- the small museum on the right hand side of the entrance houses various objects of sacred art of significant historical value.
The bell tower, which was also built in 1722, was originally fitted with eight bells, but Napoleon Bonapart removed five of them to melt them down and transform them into cannons.