The San Salvatore’s church, lost in a charming corner of the country, is one of the most romantic churches. This Romanesque church, built between the VIII and IX centuries, is placed on the way to Ospedaletto and to Ceasolo Ausa. Despite several operations and been partly rebuilt, contains an apse of the thirteenth century, in stone capitals that reflect typical Byzantine decorative shapes and textures. Until the end of the thirteenth century, in fact, the area was part of Coriano’s territories ruled by the Church of Ravenna. Along this road you will also reach the San Patringnano’s hills, in the Cerasolo Ausa locality. The San Patringnano’s community has become an example of quality products thanks to its excellent wines and oils, and also to its restaurant, Vite (Cerasolo Ausa, Via Monte Pirolo 7, tel. 759 138 0541, closed on Monday and Tuesday), in which also an internationally renowned chefs such as James Oliver had worked.

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