At the foot of the northern Apennines, between the passes of the Cerreto and of the Lagastrello, stands Camporaghena. The beautiful portals, jambs and windows in clear stone, coats of arms and grotesque figures are characteristic of the place.
The village is separated in two parts, high and low. The church is devoted to Saint Peter and Paul and was the protagonist of a German slaughter at the end of the Second World War.

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The villages of Comano