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A meeting place for the local people, this lovely square is overlooked by historic buildings of great visual impact. The collegiate church of San Martino, built in 1588 and restored in 2010, the church of Santa Croce, featuring a single nave with a gabled roof and the façade plaster adorned with ornamental brick elements, the town hall and the church of the Madonna delle Nevi, which was built in the second half of the 17th century took on its current baroque appearance during the restoration work of 1703. It takes its name from a historical event which occurred on September 24, 1867 when the army, to prevent Garibaldi from marching on Rome, arrested him in Palazzo Luigi Agnolucci.