Pictures of St Placide and Maurice in the altar around the church.

a. Picture of St Placide, frontal position, head tilted three fourths to the left, raised. White collar around his neck, black habit, arms crossed on the chest. Palm in the left hand and crozier in the right hand, sword in the chest. Red infula in the right hand. Blue background with yellow illumination around the head and in the upper left corner. At the top white inscription that says: “PLACIDUS, ABNAS, DISCIPULUS S. TEBUS DICTIPROTONARTERORDIUTS”. Canvas framed with profiled wooden strips. Wings in celadon polychrome.

b. Picture of St. Maurice, frontal position, head three fourths to the right, round trimmed, long beard. Black habit, arms crossed on the chest, left hand holding crozier with a red detail. In the bottom left corner is a red infula. Blue and beige background. Inscription at the top: “S. MAURUS ABBAS DISCIPULUS S.”
Style: baroque
Material and technique: oil paint, canvas and wooden planks


Style: eclecticism. Material and technique: oil paint, canvas

Style: neobaroque. Material and technique: relief, marble, lead

Organs with mechanical tracker and pneumatic register tracker, conical wind chests, two manual and powered with and electric blower. Organ prospectus in architectural type with wood carvings, single sectioned with seven segments. Flat countered tone cabinet leaned on a chest plinth. Lower part of the cabinet with walls divided by straight panels and profiled cornice. Five segments closet with pointed arches, two horizontal segments with pairs of pilastres.