CHURCH OF MADONNA PELLEGRINA – MANINA PASS

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Located at the highest point of the Alta Via delle Grazie Walk, the Church of Madonna Pellegrina is located at 1796m on the Manina Pass, the border between the Seriana Valley and the Scalve Valley. Built in the post-war period between 1948 and 1949, the chapel is characterised by two identical and specular altars, one facing the village of Lizzola and the other towards that of Vilminore. The Church was built in suffrage of the passing of Madonna Pellegrina (in transit towards Lizzola), and was chosen as the protector of the pilgrims on the Alta Via delle Grazie Walk.


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Located at the highest point of the Alta Via delle Grazie Walk, the Church of Madonna Pellegrina is located at 1796m on the Manina Pass, the border between the Seriana Valley and the Scalve Valley. Built in the post-war period between 1948 and 1949, the chapel is characterised by two identical and specular altars, one facing the village of Lizzola and the other towards that of Vilminore. The Church was built in suffrage of the passing of Madonna Pellegrina (in transit towards Lizzola), and was chosen as the protector of the pilgrims on the Alta Via delle Grazie Walk.