Scheggia e Pascelupo
Placed along Via Flaminia, during the Roman period it was an important staging post (from which the Latin name “Mutatio ad Hensis” or “Ad Hensem”). There are three important evidences of the history of the village: the Civic Tower (current townhall), which stands next to one of the ancient medieval gateway of the castle (wrongly called “Etruscan Arch”), the Abbey of St. Emilianus in Congiuntoli and the Abbey of Sitria, located on the surroundings of Scheggia. Medieval architectural traces are demonstrated by the presence of some buildings within the city centre of Scheggia, which the oldest part consists of narrow streets, lodges, the Church of St. Anthony and the Church of Saints Philip and James with the bell tower (formerly it was a defensive tower)
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