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Oratorio

 

Al primo piano nobile dell’antica Casa Garulli, primo nucleo del monastero, si trova l’Oratorio.

Nel 1768, quando riprendono i lavori dell Convento, si decide di costruire anche una nuova “Orchestra nell’Oratorio della Sala sopra la Porta principale”. Mentre fervevano i lavori per l’ampliamento, il 6 giugno 1771 l’orchestra lignea dell’Oratorio rovinò a terra  a causa del cattivo stato di conservazione del legno e venne ricostruita con legname di qualità. L’organo, fatto fare dal Monsignor Marcucci al prezzo di 33 scudi fu da lui benedetto il 7 maggio 1768.

 

On the first floor of the old Garulli house there is the oratory, exactly where the first church was located. In 1768 restarted the construction of the monastery and the “orchestra in the oratory above the main door” was the first to be built. While the works were being carried out, on June 6th, 1771 the wooden choir in the oratory collapsed because the wood was seriously damaged.

The organ was commissioned by Marcucci, who paid 33 ecus for it. He blessed the organ on May 7th, 1768.

 On the main altar there is a painting depicting the Immaculate between St. Emidio and St. Francesco. The oratory is decorated with eight medallions symbolising the Virgin’s virtues.

 

 

 

 

Opere correlate

All’interno dell’oratorio, nella parte alta decorata a tempera, è possibile ammirare otto simboli mariani, racchiusi in medaglioni ovali.

In the oratory there are 8 medallions. They represent the Virgin’s virtues.

 

Hortus Conclusus

Fons Hortorum

Turris Fortitudinis