The village of Ugliancaldo probably owns its name to a roman family, "Ulius". The suburb dominates the valley of the Aulella and the Tassonaro streams. The fief was a flourishing handicraft center under the Malaspina of Fosdinovo and of the Castel of the Aquila. Interesting are the ancient XIV century door in the old part of the village, the church of Sant’ Andrea of the XV century and the oratory of Saint Rocco of the XVIII century.

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The villages of Casola in Lunigiana