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During the Middle Ages this was a forbidding fortress perched on a rocky peak, an open terrace above the river Marecchia below. Now only the ruins of the two poligonal towers remain. Majolo: a simple name, inherited by these woodlands and cliffs covering the slopes of Mount Carpegna.
Cottages beckon from the foliage of the woods, a new sport centre and tourist village offer a perfect combination for a relaxing and invigorating holiday. The parish church of Santa Maria d'Antico preserves a terracotta statue ascribed to della Robbia, a sign of its rich past.
The parish church of San Biagio boasts a frescoed absidiole from Romanesque parish church and a 15th century holy water stoup.
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