This place was occupied by the ancient Romans as it lay along the road that connected the municipium of Veleia to the Via Emilia. In the Middle Ages a fortress was constructed here to protect the road and the district but in 1250 it was destroyed by soldiers from Cremona. It was rebuilt by the Del Cario, who were lords of this area until 1441, when Filippo Maria Visconti granted the fief to Alberto Scotti of Carpante as a reward for the loyalty he had shown. Today the only structures of note in the village are the Church of San Biagio and the War Memorial. A few traces of the castle can be seen in a farm building.
From Friday 22 to Sunday 24 June and from Friday 29 June to Sunday 1 July 2018
At Chero 2 long festival weekends on the occasion of the Festa delle Prugne, fourth date of the country fair that offers a rich programme of music and food.
Commemorative monument to the Fallen of Chero
In very recent times (1985) the inhabitants of Chero desired this monument, which was placed near the church. A granite column supports an image of the Virgin, Queen of Peace.
Parish church of Chero
Constructed in the 18th century on the site of a chapel dating from the 12th century ....