The church erected in 1357 and then restored for many times. Inside is divided into three naves with cross vaults and pointed arches. On the floor, you can still see many tombstones belonging to the most nobles’ families of Serravalle. You can admire the frescoes of the fifteenth century in the Cappella Galletti and the nearby Cappella Sanfiori and the altar made by Francesco da Milano.  Next to the church, on the south side, there is a Romanesque bell-tower and a Renaissance cloister. The adjacent monastery erected in the fourteenth century hosted the monks until the end of 1700 when becomes property of the Barnabites and later of Carmelite Friars.  A few steps from the church we find Via Caprera crossing the old Borgo Superiore. The road was a vital commercial area until 1932 when was built the new parallel road Via Marconi along the river Meschio.