The castle, that dominates the whole town, has two strong towers, built in the XII and XV century.
The oldest houses stand all round it and round the bell tower, built in the XIII century; the roads turn all round them.
Interesting is also the baroque parish church of the Assumption.
The patronal fair is held on the last Sunday in August.
The town’s name comes from the Celtic “raud” or “rod”, meaning “river”: surely a very ancient town, founded before the Roman era, it was later a Roman village called “Raudum”; it was built on the road from Alba Pompeia and the then important Pollentia.
According to the historians, here two great battles were fought: the one called “of the Campi Raudii” in 101 b.C., when Caius Marius Consul won over the Cimbres and Teutons, and the other in 403, when the Roman general Stiliconius won over Alaric’s Goths.
Later, in Roddi was built a big monastery; since the XV century it was a possession of different families (the Falletti di Barolo, the duke of Mantova, the Della Mirandola), until it was bought by the marquis Della Chiesa di Cinzano, who sold it to the king Carlo Alberto in 1836.
I Trifulau dell’Associazione Trifulau Colline di Langa offrono la possibilità di partecipare alla ricerca simulata dal tartufo
Fatti accompagnare in questa unica esperienza dal trifulau Massimiliano Bertello e dalla sua fedele cagnolina Kelly, il tabui
L’Associazione Monforte Arte, in collaborazione con Attraverso Festival, presenta una mostra fotografica di Alex Astegiano che documenta 15 anni di festival
Il bianco e nero, con il suo fascino senza epoche. Le malizie della modernità e la suggestione di una macchina fotografica di fine '800
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