Nadro is a medieval town developed around the tower house of the noble Gaioni's family, dated 15th century. It represents the main access to the riserva naturale Incisioni rupestri di Ceto, Cimbergo e Paspardo, a large area with numerous petroghlyphs; in town is also present the "didactical museum of the reserve" (Museo didattico della riserva).
- Ertani, Lino (1980). Dizionario del dialetto camuno e di toponomastica (in Italian). Artogne: Tipografia M. Quetti. p. 163.
- Chiesa Cattolica Italiana - Parrocchia di Nadro, 25-1-2008
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