A town in an enchantig panoramic position, which earned its name of "the Marche balcony", it had very ancient origins and was an important centre in Roman's time. walled, it preserves a refined look with Renaissance palaces and medieval church. Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II features the Clock Tower and the 13th century Town Hall, reworked several times, hosting the State Archaelogical Museum, which contains several local finding, all roman. The 1600s Cathedral is also much reworked, while the Town's Painting Museum features a Lorenzo Lotto painting, Madonna of the Rosary. Also worth a visit is the romanic-gothic-style St. Esuperanzio, containing in its crypt frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries.
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