The Rovere sanctuary is famous for the view it offers, not only for its religious character.
The parish church was built at the beginning of World War I, and decorated with some interesting frescos.
On the third Sunday in July there’s the fair, dedicated to the Madonna del Carmine.
The many ancient necropolis, Roman roads, tombstones found here are all traces of the town’s ancient origins.
Here in 1274 the soldiers from Asti were beaten by the Angiò troupes.
After many episodes, the town had many different lords, among which the marquis of Busca and of Monferrato.
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