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The first documents that tell the story of Colbordolo date back to the 13th century, when the village was fortified and equipped with a castle. In fact, the village is located in a strategic position between Marche and Romagna: it was besieged and destroyed by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta in 1446. The historic centre still bears the traces of its past and preserves historical architecture and artistic elements of great value, such as the civic tower and the parish church of San Giovanni Battista, which houses three 17th-century paintings by Claudio Ridolfi.


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