San Giacomo Apostolo, Forlì
Between 1715 and 1719, the church interior was restored according to the late Baroque canons.
With the last and final abolishment of the convent in 1867 by Napoleon, the church was expoliated while the monastery was used as a shed for military vehicles. Then it was subject to a hard and progressive deterioration which, in 1978, brought to the collapse of the roof and the church demolition.
The building of San Domenico is currently undergoing a vast recovery project and a part of it has become the seat of a museum.
- A video shot by Forlì TV about the opening of the first painting exhibition at the museum of the Dominican Church of San Giacomo Apostolo.