Ravi

The village was born as a property of the bishops of Roselle in the 8th century. It was formerly known as Ravi di Maremma.

Main sights

  • Church of San Leonardo (15th century), main parish church of the village, it was restructured in 1810.[2]
  • Church of Santa Caterina da Siena (16th century), it was built in 1571 and then transformed into warehouses and garage in 1930.
  • Chapel of Nuovo Inguardio, modern chapel in the hamlet of Bivio di Ravi.
  • Castle of Ravi, mentioned for the first time in a document of 784, it has been incorporated in the architectures of the old centre.

 

 

 

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