Madonna del Carmine | Church | MASSA
The Madonna del Carmine Curch
Works of art in the Church
The facade was originally designed with two bells on the side of the tympanum, but today it has a clock in the center underneath small bells.
The interior, with a single nave punctuated by arches that act as small side chapels, has a twentieth century decoration that echoes the poor Roman style of the late nineteenth century.
Remarkable is the painting of the Madonna del Carmine placed above the entrance, as well as the colorful papier-mâché statue of St. Michael the Archangel.
Above the high altar, in white marble mixed with polychrome marble, there is a copy of the original statue of the Madonna del Carmine of 1932, preserved in the sacristy, and two paintings, one depicting S. Biagio and the other S. Domenico di Gusman.