The church stands on a rocky outcrop of the Serra d’Ivrea, near the eponymous village in the municipality of Burolo. The complex consists of three buildings: the rectangular single nave church, ending in a semicircular apse; a compartment on the right, now used as a sacristy; the bell next to the facade with double access door, together with the other two parts by a wall. The wall between the bell tower and the sacristy delimits a small courtyard where there is supposed to be an ancient nave, now disappeared, joined the church. On the north side is a walled late Roman tombstone (440 AD) that reminds the shopkeeper Basilio. In the sacristy is a fresco attributed to the workshop of Domenico of Ancona (XV sec.).
Via Maddalena 37, 10010 Burolo (TO)