After visiting the castle, take an hour to walk around the medieval village. The highlight is the main square, Piazza Duomo, built on two different levels. The higher part contains a spectacular complex of structures, including the 17th-century Palazzo del Monte di Pietà, flanked on the right by Chiesa delle Anime Sante del Purgatorio and on the left by Oratorio del Santissimo Sacramento. The whole square looks like a stage set. On the western side of the square is the town's most interesting church, Chiesa Madre, open Monday to Saturday 8am to 1pm. Dating from 1090, it was largely rebuilt in the 1400s and given a heavily baroque overlay centuries later. The church contains some treasures, including a painting from 1641 by Mattia Stomer, called the Miracle of Sant'Isidoro Agricola.

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