The compound of St. Eusebio and St. Vittore involves the church, the portico, the ossuary, the rectory and the cemetery. The compound was built between 1607 and 1613 on the top of a hill just before entering Peglio; the church, however, dates back to XV century. Inside the church you can admire some stucco works by Bianchi di Moltrasio and some frescoes by the workshop of the Della Rovere brothers, also called “i Fiammenghini”, as well as you can find lots of references to the Palermitan tradition due to the migrations of the Alto Lago inhabitants towards Sicily, such as the Chapel of Santa Rosalia, the patron saint of Palermo.
Above the main door there is a large organ - one of the oldest in the Province - built towards the end of the XVI century in the workshop of the Antegnati; the large doors of the organ stall are enriched with paintings on canvas by Fiammenghino. The main altar is in gilded wood and dates back to 1635.
The church is open for the mass only. View the dedicated page for the schedule of the mass.