Along the streets of Chiusa Pesio are rather numerous ancient frescoes of religious character present on the facades of the houses.
The most valuable of all is perhaps the sixteenth-century fresco, representing the Trinity.
It is located next to the "Caffè del Popolo", in Piazza Tre Medaglie D'Oro, in the center of the town.
The fresco of the Holy Trinity may, according to Raineri, have been painted by Antonio da Monteregale, even though
there is no certainty and it is only a hypothesis.
The fresco has fortunately undergone a recent restoration.
Today restored to its former glory, it presents all its charm to the people of Chiusi.
Whether or not it can be traced back to the aforementioned artist, it is worth talking about it and inviting you to go see it.