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The square takes its name from the Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity, built between the twelfth and thirteenth century. Designed originally with a single nave, the side one was added in the second half of the sixteenth century, while the portal of the façade, with a lunette, dates from the Renaissance period.
Several frescoes from the late fifteenth century are preserved inside it, including an Assumption of the Virgin, attributed to Pintoricchio and a Virgin with Child and a Saint attributed to an artist from the Umbria-Lazio region.