Its name signifies "sacred place" perhaps because of the presence of an ancient Benedictine abbey subject to Pomposa, built before the year one thousand. But it is nature, with the surrounding mountains and green hills that make even more striking this place in which the rural architecture is distinguished by an oddity: the common courtyard houses, facing on the same courtyard, with a large stone archway that communicates with the public street.

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