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  • Riolunato

  • LEZZA: It is a XVII century rural compound, presenting a solid structure. CASTELLINO DI BROCCO: It is a pretty village, grouping round the XVI century church of S. Geminiano. CASTELLO: It is an old village, included in Riolunato area. Worth mentioning are the tower (today turned into a bell tower) and the old salle d'armes (now dedicated to S. Martino). In the neighborhood, one can also find a XVII-XVIII century oratory, dedicated to S. Rocco. GROPPO: Among the buildings of this village, worth mentioning are Villa Tosi Bellucci, an owner's house, dating back to the XVIII century, and a medieval house, dating back to the XV century. The church was built in the XV century and dedicated to S. Pietro, then in the XVIII century, it was rebuilt. CASELLA: It consists of a country house with an enclosed courtyard and a XVIII century oratory. SERPIANO: It is a rural compound with courtyard, built of facing stone with various details dating back to the XVI century.
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    Address   Via Castello, 8   41020  RIOLUNATO MO
    Telephone   0536/ 75119
    Fax   0536/ 75324

  • Last update 19/10/14 (746)

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