Opening from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
At 5:30 pm in the Sanctuary will take place the Choral Concert of the Little Choir
B.Vergine di Seregno.
The 14 Chapels of the Sacred Way
The first chapel, financed by Giovanni Battista Salici di Campo, is enriched by statues and frescoes representing the scene of the Annunciation of the Angel to Maria Vergine.
The second one, with a circular base, contains four statues depicting the Visitation.
The third, with a quadrangular plan, houses statues of human figures, angels and animals illustrating the Nativity.
The fourth one, quadrangular in shape with a semi-hexagonal apse, is decorated with seven statues depicting the Presentation in the Temple.
The fifth one, financed by Giovanni Mainoni di Volesio, has an octagonal plan and it is decorated with numerous statues made by Agostino Silva from Ticino, representing the Dispute with the Doctors.
The sixth one, created on the initiative of the Brentano Moretti brothers of Azzano, has an octagonal plan and is decorated with statues by Agostino Silva and frescoes by Innocenzo Torriani illustrating the scene of the Oration in the Garden of Gethsemane.
The seventh one, financed by Tommaso Gilardoni from Volesio, is also octagonal in plan and is decorated with statues by Agostino Silva representing the Flagellation.
The eighth one, by Gilardoni himself, depicts the Coronation of Thorns and is decorated with statues by Agostino Silva and frescoes by Carlo Gaffuri.
The next two chapels were financed by Andrea Cetti of Lenno.
In the ninth one, decorated with statues by Agostino Silva, is represented the Ascent to Calvario.
The tenth one, with an octagonal plan, houses the scene of the Crucifixion and it is enriched by frescoes by Giovan Paolo Recchi and Carlo Gaffuri and statues by Agostino Silva.
The eleventh chapel, financed by Bernardo Brentano from Azzano, has an octagonal plan and it is decorated with statues by Silva illustrating the Resurrection.
The twelfth one, built on the initiative of Andrea Cetti from Lenno, is also octagonal in shape and it is enriched by frescoes by Giovan Paolo Recchi and statues by Agostino Silva representing the Ascension.
The thirteenth one, with an octagonal plan, is decorated with frescoes by Giovan Paolo Recchi and statues by Agostino Silva depicting the Descent of the Holy Spirit.
The last chapel, financed by the community of Sala, is decorated with statues illustrating the Assumption.