The coat of arms of Guido Baccelli's family can be seen in the Chapel of San Giuseppe, inside the Church of San Biagio Martire in San Vito Romano. It was dedicated to him as a gratitude for the contribution of his family to the restoration of the church at the end of twenties.
"Church of San Biagio Martire"
"Chapel of San Giuseppe"
THE COAT OF ARMS:
On a blue background there are tow clubs criss-crossed that remind to the origin from the “Mazzinghi”, a florentine family, which came from Firenze Peretola (that is why the three pears and the half-moon)
Guido Baccelli family’s coat of arms (Blasone del Casato).
- Photos by Edoardo Menna ti.supmacla|annem.odraode#| and Lorenzo Albore ti.supmacla|erobla.oznerol#| (January 2016) and on kindly concession of Irene Quaresima
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- Irene Quaresima, “I Baccelli: notabile famiglia fiorentina in San Vito Romano. Appunti per una lettura critica del territorio di Roma e provincia”, in Atti e Memorie della Società Tiburtina di Storia e d'Arte, (Vol. LXXXVI), pp. 84-105, Tivoli, 2013.