The church of San Maurizio located in the upper part of the village of Brusson was built between 1870 and 1873 built on the project of Giuseppe Lancia. Inside it houses interesting nineteenth-century altars and a series of objects of sacred art.
The octagonal pyramid spire of Brusson’s bell tower was rebuilt in 1882, as the old one had been destroyed by lightning. There is a crypt where you can see the remains of an ancient church below with a single nave with decorations made by the brothers Artari from Verrès.
The nave is complete with four eighteenth-century carved wooden altars from the ancient church, and a carved wooden reliquary of the fifteenth century.
The high altar preserves the altarpiece dedicated to Saint Maurice by Carlo Morgarinel 1931.
The church is completed by the nineteenth-century wooden choir built by Reirosa d'Ivrea, while the organ was made in 1896 by Vegezzi-Bossi.