Battuti Church and its annexed hospital is a monument proudly considered by the community of San Vito al Tagliamento, Pordenone.
I would like to give you some hints, in case you have relatives here (every summer we have International exchange students from New Zealand, Canada, France, Switzerland and Germany) and you might visit this citadel in the future.
Even though this is a little deconsecrated church that once was used to celebrate masses for the and local patients and sick pilgrims of the connected hospital - an ancient building of 1300 - you would see the frescos by Pomponio Amalteo and the sculpted work of arts by Pilacorte and low reliefs by Pietro Baratta.
I lingered on the fašade, as it was the first time I watched it so meticulously and I noticed few quirky decorations. Indeed, if you pay attention, under the ledge there are, alternate, rosettes within circles and funny angels' faces. The rest of the fašade presents the usual statue embellishment and the classic medieval rose window.