The former Castrum Medi - also called Galliolo or Gaiola or Garzoleto or Castel Bernardo - is situated at more than 200m above sea-level. From it you can enjoy a wonderful view and see on the horizon the Castle of Gradara, San Marino, and the "gibbo" of the Catria.
In Casteldimezzo it is still possible to see part of the boundary walls which once alternated with a number of keeps, while the fortress has been replaced by a famous restaurant.
The Church dedicated to the Saints of the town of Ravenna, Apollinare and Cristoforo, is particularly interesting since it preserves a 15th century Crucifix, about which an adventurous tale is written on a memorial stone placed in the Church in 1652.
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