The church of Sant’Alessandro was likely built in the 11th-12th century and has been remodeled over the centuries. It retains an interesting Romanesque bell tower from the 11th-12th century, modified in the 15th century. In the house annexed to the church, furnishings and tools that depict everyday life of the past are preserved.

In the ancient village of Valenzano among the ancient alleys and stone houses stands the church of S. Alessandro, with a Romanesque bell tower dating back to the 11th - 12th century. Nearby stands a 17th-century house owned by the Valotti Bettoni family that preserves the ancient furnishings and tools of rural life of the past. Cascina Valenzano and Palazzo Foresti are also worth a visit.

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