Elevation of a church

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The main part of the facade is the portico, consisting of two columns and two pillars, with a triangular pediment above the entablature. It is accessible by steps. In the center of the wall is the door case with an entablature supported by consoles. Cornices are in the same height in the lateral panels. Abobe the entablature is an oblong relief. The lateral parts are projecting. The panels and the entablature are framed by a band. Inside is a niche with a statue. Laterally, above the attic are two superstructures in the shape of belvederes with vanes on top. In the center is a dome with a lantern and a cross on top. Made in: Rome, Italy. Date: 1770s. Record ID: chndm_1938-88-1202.

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