The church stands out for its majestic appearance, imparted by its monumental size. The church was built in 1724 next to the previous Romanesque one, of which it incorporated the area used as the sacristy and as the brotherhood’s oratory. The church is an example of one of the most interesting 18th-century architectural styles of the area, with clear influence from the European Rococo style. The dome fresco painted by Giulio Quaglio and the stuccos decorating the five black marble altars are all remarkable works of art.
From the churchyard you can admire the wonderful landscape, from the Bellagio promontory to the Lenno gulf, framed by San Primo and Grigna mountains.