It was built between the XII and XIII century with the white and pink stones from Mount Subasio with a gabled façade, semicircular apse and a belfry with a mullioned window surrounded by a garden with magnificent valley views. The interior is a single nave divided into five bays by pointed arches with small windows; remains of frescoes adorn the side walls with a wooden ceiling. Tradition has it that the bells have played continuously in the hour of agony and of the death of St. Francis.