Founded by the Biagio family
The Saint is the patroness of mothers, widows and pregnant women, she is invoked in difficult childbirths and against conjugal infertility.
The building devoted to Sant’Anna is rectangular, with a deep presbytery and a rounded hall in the center. Clearly of Baroque inspiration, it has a rich stucco decoration, while the four rounded corners are enriched by pairs of columns, among which are depicted the SS.Nazario and Celso, St. Agostino, St. Antonio and St. Rocco. The apsidal basin is decorated with a fresco representing the Resurrection. The facade was enriched by a painting that has now disappeared, while the altarpiece is now housed in the parish church.
Testo a cura di Gian Piero Martino, immagini di Corrado Agnese, Nicola Ferrarese.