In ancient times, it was a feudal propriety of the Dotti family, which then passed into the hands of the Bufalini family. The Castle Bufalini is located in a slightly decentralized position compared to the village; it is a great example of aristocratic residence, well-preserved until our days. Transformed into villa by Giorgio Vasari, the building boasts decorations with grotesques attributed to Cristoforo Gherardi in the internal part, whereas, on the outside, there is a garden with maze. Inside it is also possible to admire some precious paintings, including two beautiful Madonnas, one of Pinturicchio and the other attributed to an artist belonging to the school of Signorelli. In the surroundings, there is Villa Magherini Graziani, an elegant late Renaissance noble estate provided with a lovely Italian garden. In its rooms is hosted the Archaeological Museum of Pliny the Younger, where it is possible to admire a rich exhibition of finds, which came to light during the excavations of Colle Plinio.
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