This is a Romanesque period church (12th century).
It has a sober facade, local sandstone, cup-shaped ashlars. Inside there is a polychrome statue of the Madonna di Montovolo (15th-16th century) and a crypt. It is considered one of the most ancient and fascinating buildings of the Bolognese mountains. It was built on the ruins of a proto-roman church, dated sometime between the tenth and eleventh century.
In 1925, the ruins were accidentally discovered. The layout is comprised of three semi-circular apses with capitals and Corbels that are richly decorated with raised symbolic patterns in the Byzantine-Ravenna style.