Church of San Pietro Martire

Erected in the first half of the 14th century in simple Cistercian-style forms, the Dominican church of St. Peter Martyr was annexed to a convent, founded in 1280, later seat of the Inquisition court. 

The three-naves inside were restored in the 20th century to recover the original structure with circular alternating stone and terracotta pillars. The restoration has highlighted several fresco fragments of the 14th century, related to Lombard painters influenced by Giotto. 

The exterior, overlooking the square with the monument dedicated to the Monza painter Mosè Bianchi, underwent a Neo-Romanesque style renovation in the 19th century, while the ancient cloister, still visible from the inside of the church, is perfectly preserved.