CHURCH OF SAN PIETRO AL MOTTO
In the hamlet of Motto stands the Romanesque church of San Pietro, built in the thirteenth century to replace a building from the early Middle Ages, dating back to the end of the sixth century. In 1581 the building was enlarged and equipped with a bell tower. On the southern side of the nave there are late 14th century frescoes by an anonymous Lombard painter.
- Gianini Claudio