Pieve dei Santi Ippolito e Cassiano
Although mentioned for the first time in 1061, it is probably of early Christian origin. The plan was renovated in the years 1523-1526.
It has a single nave, in stone masonry, and an irregular external portal in Renaissance style. To the early 16th century dates a pottery glaze sculpture depicting the "Virgin Crowned by two angels among the Saints Ippolito and Cassiano", attributed to Giovanni della Robbia.
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