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The building is documented since the second half of the XIII century, and was once dedicated to St. Pancras. During the Spanish age, it changed its title into Nostra Signora del Buon Camino and in the XVIII century it was dedicated to the protomartyr Lorenzo. This Romanesque building is made of limestone ashlars. It has a medieval architectural style typical of the St. Victor monks of Marseille, dating back to the first quarter of the XII century, with two naves separated by arches on pillars and barrel vaults with intrados. The old façade, whose ashlar imposts of the bell-gable still reamin, was demolished in the XVIII century and the current one, with a porticoed atrium, was built, its side chapels were opened and the semi-circular apsides were removed. Inside the calcarenite stones with the spaces for the pottery basins, which were used to renovate the barrel vault of the nave, are still visible. Two fragmentary basins are preserved: the first adorned with cobalt and manganese on white enamel of an Islamic Maghreb origin and dated back to the end of the XII and XIII centuries, the other one decorated with copper flakes and manganese with stylized flower motifs belonging to the proto-majolica pottery made in southern Italy and in Sicily in the first half of the XIII century.