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Tollara

 

There was certainly a Roman settlement here as it is mentioned in the Tabula Alimentaria Veleiate. Its history is documented from 1268, when it was destroyed by Ubertino Landi. In the Middle Ages there was a castle here, but little remains today. In the 14th century the Da Rizzolo were lords of Tollara, a powerful family whose sway extended from Monte Santo down to the plain. In the 16th century their place was taken by the Pusterla. In 1806, with the Napoleonic reforms, Tollara became an independent municipality, but only up until 1815. Today at Tollara you can visit the church of Santa Maria Assunta but not the castle, which is private property.

  • Parish church of Tollara
    The present church was erected after the previous 16th-century church was demolished in 1838.
  • Founded in the Middle Ages, the Castle of Tollara has been transformed into a farm and is not open to visitors.
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