The Santo Stefano church which sits at the end of Via Calvi across the road has three naves which were covered with frescoes painted by a local artist named Tagliaferri in the 1800′s. One of the most renowned frescoes is the one of the martyr Santo Stefano located in the vault of the apse. You will also see a copy of the painting by Bernardino Luino depicting Maria with Jesus and an angel (the original of which is in the Louvre, France). You can find this copy painting at the front of the left nave above the altar of the Madonna.
The altar is surrounded by copper medallions representing scenes from the Madonna’s life. In the middle of the right nave, there is a large painting of San Giorgio but the artist is unknown. The altar of “Il Sacro Cuore” is embellished with stuccoes of the 17th century by the “maestri intelvesi” (famous sculptors and craftsmen of the Val d’Intelvi who passed their experience from father to son and worked all over Europe).