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Madonna delle Grazie Church overlooks the main square of the village, at the highest point of Giano, and not far the oldest Church of S. Michele Arcangelo. The church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, built in the fourteenth century, shows above the entrance gate the coat of Municipality: it was completely transformed in the Baroque era, with the change of direction of its central axis, and with rich decorations. It preserves some seventeenth century paintings by Antonio Cavalli and Andrea Polinori. The original fourteenth-century decoration remains only a Madonna and Child, above the high altar, and a crucifix painted on the right wall, closed in a niche intervention eighteenth century. A recent partial restoration made it possible to recover and to attribute to the very important sculptor Paolo da Gualdo Cattaneo the valuable stone corbels of the apse