It’s a small rural center that still has its medieval character. On the town symbol there’s a boat: this has led the historians into thinking that the town’s name might come from “Navilium”, boat.
The parish church is dedicated to san Giorgio, and inside is a painting by Macrino d’Alba, called “Lo sposalizio di Santa Caterina e cinque santi”, made in the sixteenth century.
The Virgin on a throne holds the Baby, that gives a mystical ring to the saint.
The main fair is held on Ascension day
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