The Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta di Bagno di Romagna would seem to date back to 861 a.d. The Romanesque origins are now recognizable only outside, because of the profound transformations over the centuries.
The recent restoration were able to return to a stylistic unity, which allows the visitor to enjoy the most of important works of art, that the Basilica preserves masterpieces that make it an example without equal in territory of Tuscan Romagna. Among the most famous paintings is the “Madonna and child“ by the master of Saint Ivo, the “Nativity“ by a student of Ghirlandaio and the “Madonna with child and saints“ by Michele Tosini. Also some sculptures are remarkable: in particular, a depiction in terracotta of Saint Agnes, created by Andrea della Robbia and a relief always terracotta workshop of Donatello.